Sounds Against Minnesota, Full Time: Gustav Svensson Sends Us Back to the MLS Cup

Full time: After trailing 2-0 at midway in the second half, the Seattle Sounders came back to the adults to punch a ticket to the MLS Cup final for the second time. Will Bruyne started again with a goal in the 75th minute; Raul Ruidas equalized in the 89th minute; And Gustav Svensson caught the winner in the 94th minute.

This is the first time the Sounders have eliminated a multi-goal deficit in a playoff game, their eighth straight post-season win. They have now won 15 straight home playoff games.

The Sounders will face Columbus Crew in the MLS Cup on December 12.

Saunders 3, United 2: Gustav Svensson went into a corner from Nicolas Lodero in the 94th minute and caught the winner. The Sounders expelled it to wipe out a 2-0 second-half deficit.

Saunders 2, United 2: Raul Ruiz brought the Saunders back from a 2-0 deficit, finding the balance in the 89th minute when he picked up a ball at the back post from a corner kick. This is his ninth career playoff goal.

Saunders 1, United 2: As the match began to slip, Will Bruin pulled one back in the 75th minute to keep the game alive. Bruin Raul took a blocked shot by Ruidias and Dane beat St. Clair from a distance.

Saunders 0, United 2: About a minute after Jordan Morris scored a shot from the post, United came back down and scored a well-built free kick. Emanuel Rhinoso wiped with an amazing free kick that found the head of Buckeye Depassie, who easily beat Stephen Free.

VAR DISALLOWS EQUALIZER: Raul Ruidias appeared equal in the 54th minute, but it was not allowed when he was considered to have cheated on Michael Box.

Half: The Sounders created some chances, but eventually advanced to the half with a 1-0 lead after Emanuel Reinoso’s beautiful free kick came off 30 yards. Both Shane O’Neill and Alex Roldan picked up yellow cards, which may have forced Brian Schmeicher to think about some possibilities.

Saunders 0, United1: Emanuel Rhinoso scored an amazing free kick from about 30 yards in the 29th minute. Shane O’Neill was a little lucky not to get a red card for the wrong thing that led to it.

Well, it’s time. Seattle Sounders are in the Western Conference Finals, their opponent Minnesota United. Sounders came here by dispatchers FC Dallas And LAFC. The Loons recorded a similar 3-0 score Colorado Rapids And Game Kansas City On their way to their first conference final.

The backward story certainly applies when faced with Adrian Heath Sounders. He is 0-7-1 against the Sounders on eight occasions, with those teams managing only four goals – not more than one of those eight matches. He seems to love Monique, so let’s see how it goes for him tonight.

In Seattle:

Outside: Danny Leva (M) – Right Quad Strain


Outside: Tyler Miller (GK) – Hip injury

Outside: Ikea Opera (D) – Unpublished injury

Outside: Louis Amarilla (F) – Ankle Injury

Outside: Sam Clyde (D) – Unpublished injury

Outside: Kevin Partida (M) – Unpublished injury


Referee: Ismail Elfat

Assistant Referees: Corey Rockwell, Cameron Blanchard

4th Official: Joseph Dickerson

WHERE: Timothy Ford

Match date / time: Monday, December 7 at 6:30 p.m.

Location: Lumen field

Online streaming: Fubo TV (Link link)

National English Television: FS1 (Strong, Holden)

National Spanish Television: Fox Sports

Local radio: 950 KJR-AM Seattle (Johnson, Weber)

Local Spanish radio: L Ray 1360 AM (Rodriguez, MacVeda, Tobias)

Highlights will be released as the competition progresses.

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