Go ahead and watch it. I'll wait...
Update: MLS posted the current version to their YouTube channel. It is lightly different and an even 6 minutes.
UPDATE: Sorry, but it appears the video has been pulled from the internets as of this time.
Pretty fantastic, huh? Did you enjoy the shot of ______. [censored for those who have not watched it yet]
Levy Films' latest publicly-released Seattle Sounders video was posted yesterday, featuring over eight minutes of footage taken before, during, and after the match against the Portland Timbers. We get yet another look inside Sigi Schmid's locker room, seeing what he's like in pre-game, at halftime, and after a heart wrenching last-second equalizer.
You have to love Steve Zakuani a little more after this video. Hopefully you're not sick of slow-mo yet, because it is used liberally and (in my opinion) quite effectively. Obafemi Martins is appropriately featured. Steve has sick moves, as we all knew. Eddie can jump high. The footage used for both goals is especially fantastic, though, of course, the second goal isn't fantastic from a Sounders fans' perspective.
I'll let you enjoy at your leisure and discuss below. As far as I can tell, there has been no update on the release date for the full length documentary. And of course, if you enjoy, go SUBSCRIBE to Levy Films' exclusive content (it's just more of the same great stuff).