Sounders can at least say they put themselves in position to win.
Chance creation is a solid way to judge future results, but unfortunately for the Sounders goals scored is the result that matters. Leg two was a great performance and poor result.
Down a crucial away goal the Seattle Sounders have to score a goal to even grant themselves the possibility of victory. They likely need more than one goal.
With the CONCACAF Champions League being the only game on tonight's schedule "The Daily" gives Seattle strong attention. This includes a report from Torreon.
Today's links post is all about Champions League, because that's what you are. Champions is what you are - Major Link Soccer will stay the name.
The odds are against Seattle. The season is a series of down notes. But there is a path to victory and history. We have seen hope. It is time for hope and heroes.
As the Seattle Sounders fly charter down to Torreon they will do so with questions as to how fit a few players are.
Yes, the First Team is off this weekend but there is still plenty of non-MLS action that Seattle Sounders should watch.
Affiliate photographer Jane G captured the essence of a game that was entertaining even in the losing effort.
Having not won a match in league play, the Sounders shook up their lineup in a 1-0 Champions League loss to Santos Laguna. Sigi Schmid’s new-look team may not have won, but it took a step forward in what has been an otherwise dark time.
Seattle runs out a new formation after benching several previous starters. The new formation looked better, but it was not good enough as Santos Laguna's counter continued to punish the Sounders. Herculez Gomez converted the winner.
Leg one of the two leg series kicks off shortly after 7 PM tonight in CenturyLink Field. Whether you are watching live in the stadium or at home join us for instant reaction and analysis. As usual key tactics and matchups start the conversation.
At 7PM on Tuesday night the Sounders will return to play with their earned diversion from the MLS regular season. Unfortunately their CONCACAF Champions League match is against one of the two or three best teams in the region over the past few years.
Saturday's loss leaves a bitter taste, but there is no time to recover. There is only time to focus and move forward with the semifinals of the CONCACAF Champions League just days away.
Michael Gspurning will miss leg one against Santos. Lund and Fairclough talk. Updating injuries and the appearance of some Spring Breakers.
In order to help Seattle prepare for the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League semifinal against Santos Laguna the April 7th game against Chivas USA was moved to Wednesday September 4th.
The CONCACAF Champions League semifinal matchup will be in Seattle for leg one and Torreon for leg two.
Not much can be taken from a match played up a man for so long, but there are a couple of lessons for future matches.
Highlights that fuse local radio and national TV. Statistics that don't seem as good as they should, except for that little goals scored thing. A quote sheet to rule them all. Relive history.