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Nashville SC vs. Sounders: Highlights, stats and quotes

"Sometimes you have to be content to going to a tough place, being good defensively and carving out some good chances." - Stefan Frei

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John Wilkinson III / Sounders FC Communications

The Seattle Sounders extended their unbeaten streak to six games with a well played 0-0 road tie with Nashville SC on Saturday. The Sounders appeared to get a goal in the 58th minute when Héber scored off a Nicolás Lodeiro assist, but VAR correctly ruled that he was offside. The point was enough to at least temporarily move the Sounders into second-place pending Sunday's LAFC-RSL result.



Seattle Sounders FC 0 – Nashville SC 0

Saturday, September 30, 2023

Venue: GEODIS Park

Referee: Chris Penso

Assistants: Cameron Blanchard, Meghan Mullen

Fourth Official: Marcus DeOliveira

VAR: Alejandro Mariscal

Attendance: 28,291

Weather: 77 degrees and clear




NSH – Anibal Godoy (caution) 31’

NSH – Hany Mukhtar (caution) 60’

NSH – Daniel Lovitz (caution) 90’+2’ 


Seattle Sounders FC – Stefan Frei; Alex Roldan, Yeimar, Jackson Ragen, Reed Baker-Whiting; João Paulo, Josh Atencio (Obed Vargas 78’), Cristian Roldan, Nico Lodeiro (Xavier Arreaga 90’+1’), Léo Chú (Paul Rothrock 82’); Héber (Fredy Montero 77’) 

Substitutes not used: Stefan Cleveland, Kelyn Rowe, Ethan Dobbelaere 

Total shots: 13

Shots on goal: 3

Fouls: 8

Offside: 1

Corner-Kicks: 5

Saves: 1

Nashville SC – Joe Willis; Daniel Lovitz, Jack Maher, Shaq Moore (Alex Muyl 70’), Walker Zimmerman; Dax McCarty, Randall Leal (Luke Haakenson 80’), Hany Mukhtar, Jacob Shaffelburg (Fafa Picault 62’), Anibal Godoy (Sean Davis 80’); Sam Surridge (Teal Bunbury 62’)

Substitutes not used: Elliot Panicco, Josh Bauer, Taylor Washington, Brian Anunga

Total shots: 5

Shots on goal: 1

Fouls: 7

Offside: 1

Corner-kicks: 6

Saves: 3


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