FC Dallas made sure everyone was included in the celebrations after they won the Supporters' Shield on Sunday for the best MLS regular-season record.
Star midfielder Mauro Diaz sustained a torn Achilles on Oct. 16 and didn't travel with the team for their crucial game at the LA Galaxy.
But when his teammates landed back in Texas they went straight to Diaz's house to douse him with celebratory champagne in the wee hours of Monday morning.
But seriously. We actually sprayed him with champagne....
Maurice Edu's attempt to make his season debut in the Philadelphia Union's final regular-season game ended on Saturday when he suffered a broken left leg in training.
Edu had been sidelined all year with a stress fracture in the leg but had been slated to play on Sunday before breaking his left fibula.
"A ball was crossed and I was trying to take the shot on goal and my foot got stuck in the turf," Edu told reporters on Sunday. "My ankle rolled and twisted and it kind of snapped a little bit....
MLS fans attended league matches in record numbers this season.
With the regular season now complete, data provided by MLS revealed an average attendance of 21,692 fans per game in 2016, just beating out the mark of 21,558 set in 2015.
It marked the third consecutive season that the attendance record had been broken, and the second season in a row that the average attendance exceeded 21,000 fans per game. MLS has seen its attendance increase 40 percent from 2006, when its average attendance was 15,504.