Seattle Sounders vs Olimpia: LIVE Stream and Scores Updates (2(2)-2(4))
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1:09 AM5 months ago

You just can't write a better script than this. Olimpia who was on the verge of being eliminated, comes crawling back to tie the match on aggregate and win it on penalties! 
1:08 AM5 months ago

Winner! Olimpia is through to the Quarterfinals! What a match! 
1:07 AM5 months ago

Frei gets a hand on it but it just slips past him into the net! 3-2 Olimpia! Kevin Leerdam now takes his shot.... SAVE BY MENJIVAR! 
1:05 AM5 months ago

MISS!

Roldan misses and gives Olimpia a golden opportunity to take the lead! 
1:04 AM5 months ago

TIED AGAIN

2-2! 
1:03 AM5 months ago

Joao Paulo - Sounders

Joao Paulo steps up for his attempt and scores! 2-1 Seattle! 
1:02 AM5 months ago

Tied

Olimpia score! 1-1 after round 1! 
1:02 AM5 months ago

Seattle kicks first

Raul Ruidiaz will kick first for Seattle. His attempt is... Oh cheeky! Ruidiaz scores! 1-0 Seattle!
12:56 AM5 months ago

FULL TIME

PENALTIES! BONUS SOCCER!!! 
12:55 AM5 months ago

Yellow Card Caution

90+2' Jordy Delem has been issued a yellow card. 
12:54 AM5 months ago

Stoppage Time

Two minutes of stoppage time to the second half. Score still 2-2.
12:51 AM5 months ago

TIED UP!

87' Pineda rockets a shot from atop of the box past Frei and Olimpia have leveled the match and aggregate! 2-2 with two minutes left to play! 
12:49 AM5 months ago

GOAL!

Oh my.... 
12:45 AM5 months ago

BREAKING

Oh my! Diego Rossi has put LAFC up 3-2 on Club Leon! Meanwhile Seattle still hold on to their lead with eight minutes plus stoppage time to spare!
12:42 AM5 months ago

BREAKING

Carlos Vela has a brace! LAFC are now tied with Leon on aggregate! Can Olimpia do the same?! 12 minutes left in the second half!
12:40 AM5 months ago

77th Minute

77' Seattle still holding on to the 2-1 score and have just been awarded a free kick. 
12:34 AM5 months ago

Seattle Sub

70' Miguel Ibarra makes his Sounders debut as he replaces Joevin Jones for Seattle's first sub of the night. 
12:28 AM5 months ago

GOAL!

64' GOAL! His second goal in as many games! Joao Paulo rockets home a Roldan pass from just inside the 18-yard box to double the Sounders lead! 2-1!
12:23 AM5 months ago

I'm still in awe how that wide open chance was wasted. Morris slides a ball across goal that the Olimpia keeper gets a small hand to, and Joao Paulo who's right on the doorstep just whiffs on the attempt. 
12:08 AM5 months ago

Second Half Kickoff!

45' Kickoff to start the second half! Score level at 1-1!
11:54 PM5 months ago

HALFTIME

Halftime here at CenturyLink in Seattle. Roldan cancels out Mejia's goal early on as both teams enter their respective locker rooms with the score tied at 1-1. 
11:53 PM5 months ago

First half added time

45' One minute of stoppage time added to the first half. 
11:46 PM5 months ago

Jordy Delem is the Sounders player down inside the penalty box. I've lost track of how many times Barton has blew his whistle. The last count was seven. 
11:36 PM5 months ago

BREAKING

Carlos Vela puts LAFC up 1-0 again Club Leon! LAFC now trail 2-1 on aggregate. Meanwhile, score is still 1-1 (3-3) with Seattle holding the tiebreaker. 
11:28 PM5 months ago

GOAL!

21' GOAL! Cristian Roldan heads home Joao Paulo's free kick to level the match! 1-1! 
11:25 PM5 months ago

Still 1-0

Teams have been going back and forth with chances, but Olimpia still hold the 1-0 lead, which puts them ahead on aggregate 3-2. 
11:18 PM5 months ago

Stefan Frei almost gifts a goal to Olimpia after he misplays the ball in the box. He recovers with a save. 
11:15 PM5 months ago

Yellow Card Caution

8' Yellow card caution to Seattle's Nouhou for a harsh challenge in the air. 
11:11 PM5 months ago

GOAL!

4' GOAL! Oliva for Olimpia heads home the corner kick, giving the away side a 1-0 lead! 
11:10 PM5 months ago

Yellow Card Caution

2' Yellow card caution to Olimpia's Mejia for his challenge on Joevin Jones. 
11:07 PM5 months ago

Kickoff!

1' Kickoff from CenturyLink Field! 
11:02 PM5 months ago

Walkout

Both teams have entered the pitch, and we are just minutes away from kickoff! What do you think the score will be? 
10:58 PM5 months ago

Locked in! 🔒

Seattle Sounders are locked in, ready for their match against Olimpia!
10:36 PM5 months ago

Match Officials

The match officials are as listed: 

REF: Ivan Barton

AR: David Moran, Zachari Zeegelaar

4th: Jamie Herrera

 

10:27 PM5 months ago

CD Olimpia lineup

Here is the lineup for the away side, Olimpia. 
10:07 PM5 months ago

The boys are back in town!

10:03 PM5 months ago

Seattle Sounders Lineup

Here is the official lineup for the home side Sounders!
9:56 PM5 months ago

Good evening!

Good evening ladies and gentlemen! Tyler Fisher here and we are almost an hour out from kickoff between Seattle Sounders FC and CD Olimpia! 
1:48 PM5 months ago

The Sounders are just days away from opening up the 25th MLS season against the Chicago Fire, at home. Looking to be the same team from their 2019 MLS campaign, the Sounders will be on a quest to defend their title in order to secure their third championship this season.
1:48 PM5 months ago

For Seattle, they have made five appearances that date back to 2010-11. The Sounders hold a record of 15-8-5, which is slightly better than their Honduras counterparts. Looking to add to their recent dominance of their domestic league, Seattle does have the upper hand by being at home in front of a raucous crowd that’s one of the best in the league.
1:48 PM5 months ago

Olimpia has made 10 appearances so far in the CCL, ranging back to their 2008-09 campaign. With a record of 18-13-12 and scoring 68 goals, Olimpia will look to add to their CCL dominance if they can pull out a win against the Sounders at home.
1:47 PM5 months ago

Seattle Sounders projected lineup and injury report

Here is a projected lineup for Seattle Sounders: Frei; Tolo-Arreaga-Gomez-Leerdam; Joao Paulo-Delem-Roldan; Morris-Ruidiaz-Jonese Will Bruin is listed out with an ACL injury. Listed as questionable is Nico Lodeiro and Gustav Svensson.
1:46 PM5 months ago

CD Olimpia projected lineup and injury report

Here is a projected lineup for CD Olimpia: Menjivar; Gomez-Casildo-Leveron-Mejia; Reyes-Flores; Pinto-Arboleda-Benguche-Rodriguez. Jorge Alvarez and Michae Chirinos are both listed as out with knee surgeries. Also listed out is Ever Alvarez due to an ACL injury.
1:46 PM5 months ago

The match at CenturyLink will mark the first match to be played since the 2019 MLS Cup against Toronto FC, in which Seattle captured for their second title in franchise history. Deemed a “Fortress,” the Rave Green have not lost in CCL play since a 1-0 loss to Santos Laguna back in 2013.
1:45 PM5 months ago

In order to advance...

In order for Olimpia to advance, they would need to push for a 1-0 result. Seattle will just need to play to a 0-0 draw, and that will see them through to the next round thanks to the away-goal tiebreaker. If for some miraculous reason, the score ends up 2-2, the game will go to penalty kicks.
1:45 PM5 months ago

Who will the winner face?

The winner of this match will meet the Montreal Impact, who defeated Deportivo Saprissa just the other night at Stade Olympique.
1:45 PM5 months ago

History Repeats Itself

This isn’t the first time that these two teams have met. Back in 2015, the two clubs met in the group stage of the CCL. That match ended in a bench clearing brawl in the 97th minute. Well, Olimpia reignited the rivalry in the 24th minute of the first leg when his aerial kick landed into the rib cage of Stefan Frei. “Let’s renew that rivalry. Let’s put some fire in the game,” said former Sounders captain Brad Evans.
1:44 PM5 months ago

New Centerback Pairing

The first leg also debuted the new centerback partnership between Yeimar Gomez Andrade and Xavier Arreaga.
1:43 PM5 months ago

In the last outing, forward Jordan Morris set up Joao Paulo in the sixth minute of play. Paulo then doubled the visitors lead early on in the second half to give the reigning MLS Cup Champions a 2-0 lead. But Olimpia came roaring back in the second half behind a Yustin Arboleda brace, that sealed a 2-2 draw. The debut of Paulo lived up to the hype. Besides his goal scoring abilities, the Brazilian showed his ability to pass and contribute on both sides of the ball.
1:43 PM5 months ago

The Seattle Sounders strut into CenturyLink Field with a pair of away goals in their back pocket as they face CD Olimpia in the second leg of the Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League Round of 16.
1:42 PM5 months ago

Hello and welcome!

Hello! My name is Tyler Fisher and welcome to VAVEL USA's LIVE coverage of the 2020 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League second leg matchup between the Seattle Sounders and CD Olimpia! Sit back, relax, and get ready for an intriguing matchup!
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