Nos Audietis, Episode 50: Burn, Baby, Burn

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The Seattle Sounders beat the Chicago Fire. They did it on an own-goal that was nearly credited as David Estrada's fifth goal of the season and Eddie Johnson's first as a Sounder. There was also some kind of fight at the end of the game, which we really barely talk about.

It was definitely a good win and continued the Sounders' absolute ownership of the team that likes to call itself the 'Kings' of a Cup that haven't owned in quite some time.

But this is a very busy week and we spend a good portion of the show previewing the two games. To help give us a better sense of the LA Galaxy, we talked to Ryan Rosenblatt (@ryanrosenblatt) of SB Nation Soccer. We also caught up with Kerith Gabriel (@sprtswrtr), who is the Philadelphia Union beat writer for the Philadelphia Daily News and Philly.com.

Unfortunately, no Doritos Tacos showed up at our studio, meaning we're still waiting for our angel delivery. Undeterred, we still managed to take your questions. If you would like to get your question answered, follow us on Twitter (@nosaudietis) or send us an email to nosaudietis(at)gmail(dot)com. Enjoy.

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