Motacau will try to ring the bell in the 16th round of the Concacaf Champions League by visiting the Saunders of MLS in Seattle this Thursday night from 9:45 p.m.
The first match at the Olympic Stadium ended 0-0 and the visiting goal was crucial on the tiebreaker scale. It can help the team Diego Vasquez.
For that first fight, the Argentine coach made four changes in the opening 11 and entered Jonathan Rugier. Christopher MelendusJesse Moncada and angel Tejeda, the latter two, banged as substitutes last Thursday.
Seattle Saunders, meanwhile, are repeating the team they presented at the Metropolitan Olympics. “We did not put pressure on ourselves, but leaving early in this tournament was not pleasant; we learned that lesson two years ago (against Olympia),” said Seattle coach Brian Schmeicher.
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He added: “We will do what the Seattle Saunders always do. Play good football, attack, try to score and advance to the next round.
The winner of the Lumen Field match will advance to the quarter-finals against Leon de Mexico, who knocked out Quastadoya.
Weather plays an important role, with temperatures as low as -5 degrees Celsius during play time; The cold will be another match for Motacua.
Diego Vasquez, Motacua’s coach, was optimistic ahead of the second leg against MLS Club. “We have to do better on the stages that appear in the game. We’re very excited because we played a good game in Honduras,” La Barbie said.
Seattle sounds: 24 Stefan Frei, 3 Xavier Arreaga, 5 Nouhou Tolo, 28 Yeimar Gómez, 7 Cristian Roldan, 10 Nicolás Lodeiro, 11 Alberth Rusnák, 16 Alexander Roldán, 73 Razúlúl1 Joridoris, 39.
Coach: Brian Schmeicher.
Motagua: 19 Jonathan Rogier, 12 Raல்l Marcelo Santos, 2 Denil Maldonado, 5 Marcelo Pereira, 17 Wesley Texas, 32 Jonathan Nunes, 35 Christopher Melandes, 22 Jesse Moncotta, 31 Diego Rojki, More 21
Coach: Diego Vasquez.
Hours: 9:45 PM
City: In Seattle
Referee: Evan Barton (ELS)
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