DALLAS — Dallas FC won its fifth MLS Cup title Sunday night with a 2-0 win over the Philadelphia Union.
The win extends the franchise’s record for most regular-season championships in franchise history to 11.
The win was the first of five straight for the reigning MLS Cup champions, who will play their final regular-week home game on Thursday night against the New York Red Bulls.
The club has won nine of the last 11 regular-seasons.
It has a 13-game unbeaten streak against Philadelphia.
The victory marked the second consecutive championship for the club and its new coach, Schellas Hyndman.
In the first championship game, the club beat the Philadelphia Fusion 3-2 on penalties in the 2013 final.