02.12.2014 22:27 h

Henry, Keane, Wright-Phillips on MLS top 11

Irish striker Robbie Keane, Englishman Bradley Wright-Phillips and French great Thierry Henry were among those named on Tuesday in Major League Soccer's team of the 2014 season.

The team included six Americans, notably Los Angeles Galaxy midfielder Landon Donovan, who will play his final MLS match in Sunday's Major League Soccer Cup final against the New England Revolution in Los Angeles.

Players, reporters and club officials voted to name the final lineup.

Keane scored an MLS career-high 19 goals for the Galaxy and set up 14 more. The 34-year-old -- Ireland's all-time leading scorer -- made the team for the third time.

Wright-Phillips, who plays for New York, scored 27 goals -- one shy of the league record -- in his first full MLS season, which including three hat tricks.

Henry, 37 and a pivotal forward for France as they won the 1998 World Cup and the Euro 2000 titles, created 14 goals in what is his final MLS campaign.

Donovan scored 10 goals and set up 19 others, the most assists in MLS. He has 144 goals and 136 assists, both league records, as was his seventh selection to the MLS Best XI.

Other non-US players on the MLS team were Nigerian international striker Obafemi Martins of Seattle and Argentine midfielder Diego Valeri of Portland.

Martins led the Sounders with 17 goals and set-up a team-high 13 others as Seattle won the US Open Cup for the fouth time. The 30-year-old former Inter Milan and Newcastle striker proved to be a talismanic player for them as The Sounders won all 12 games he scored in.

Valeri netted 11 goals to earn his second Best-XI nod after being named last year's MLS Newcomer of the Year.

New England midfielder Lee Nguyen, Galaxy defender Omar Gonzalez, Seattle defender Chad Marshall, D.C. United defender Bobby Boswell and D.C. goalkeeper Bill Hamid -- all Americans -- round out the lineup.