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Seattle Sounders 3-0 Pumas UNAM summary: scores, stats and highlights, 2022 Concachampions Final

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SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - MAY 04: The Seattle Sounders celebrate after beating Pumas 3-0 during 2022 Scotiabank Concacaf Champions League Final Leg 2 at Lumen Field on May 04, 2022 in Seattle, Washington.

Seattle Sounders vs Pumas UNAM, Concacaf Champions League Final

Seattle are the champions and thanks for watching the minute by minute with AS.com. 

The game has ended! 

This was the first time in four finals that the Sounders was able to come up with the victory to lift the trophy. Seattle is the first MLS champion under the new format and now they will play in the FIFA Club World Cup.

The Sounders are already celebrating before the end of the match.

90+3

Corner kick for Seattle.

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Four minutes added of stoppage time.

GOL! GOLAZO! GOAL! Nicolas Lodeiro secures the win over Pumas in the final of the CCL. His fifth goal of the campaign and the 50th with the Sounders across all competitions.

Second goal of the night for the Sounders.

GOL! GOLAZO! GOAL! Seattle does it again! Raul Ruidiaz finishes a great counter attack from Seattle Sounders and scores his second one of the night.

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Talavera intercepts the ball and starts the counnter attack right away.

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Corner kick for Seattle.

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Great sacrifice from the Roldan brothers in this game.

Second substitution for Pumas. Corozo comes out and he replaced by Jorge Ruvalcaba.

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What an opportunity for the Sounders. Alfredo Talavera was in the right spot to stop Alex Roldan's curling shot.

Pumas is pushing for the equalizer but Frei is making it difficult.

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Pumas is pushing looking to level the game but Seattle is doing a good job to clear the danger away.

Raul Ruidiaz has Seattle winning 1-0.

First substitution for Pumas. Leo Lopez comes out and Rogério comes in.

Seattle breaks the attendance-record for a CCL final.

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Juan Ignacio Dinnenno's free kick barely went wide! The best opportunity for Pumas to level the score, but the ball was not on target.

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Dangerous foul from Seattle against Dinnenno just outside the box.

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Leo Lopez' free kick hits the wall.

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Free kick from a close range for Pumas.

Albert Rusnák is booked, the first one for Seattle.

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Jordan Morris header inside the box goes over the goal following the free kick from Nicolas Lodeiro.

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Free kick for Seattle following a foul against Ruidiaz.

The second half has started.

The first half has ended with Seattle taking the lead before the break. We will be back for the second 45 minutes.

GOL! GOAL! GOLAZO! Raul Ruidiaz found the back of the net. The Peru international shot from inside the box and it got deflected before scoring the first goal of the night.

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Nicola Lodeiro missed an opportunity to find the back of the net. The Uruguay international one-time shot the ball but it barely went wide.

Leo Lopez is booked, the first one of the night.

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Washington Corozo missed a clear opportunity to score the first goal of the night. He received a through ball inside the box and he tried to flick it and his attempt went over the goal.

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Dinnenno controlled the ball inside the box and he tried to release the shot, but the defenders from Seattle blocked the attempt.

Joao Pablo will not be able to continue due to a knee injury and Seattle will make their second forced substitution. Obed Vargas, the 17-year-old, will come in replacing the midfielder from Brazil.

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Obed Vargas is warming-up in case Joao Pablo can't be able to conitnue. 

Joao Pablo from Seattle Sounders goes down and it seems like he will not be able to continue. We will keep you updated regarding his status. 

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Very tough game so far with both teams being cautious and failing to finish the plasy in the last third. 

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What a shot from Ruidiaz. The Peru international received the ball inside the box with a defender on him, but he cut to his right and made a right footed shot that was blocked by Alfredo Talavera. Ruidiaz had a tight angle but he was still able to make the attempt on goal.

Sold out crowd at Lumen Field.

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What a goos sequence from Seattle. Jordan Morris receives a though ball from Nicola Lodeiro inside the box and the USMNT ace shoots but it gets blocked by a defender from Pumas.

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Pumas goalkeeper Alfredo Talavera was caught out but  Raul Ruidiaz, but he couldn't get his shot on target making it an easy save even though he was out of the net.

First substitution of the night. Nouhou Tolo comes out due to an injury and Kelyn Rowe will take his place.

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No bookings after the collision between both players according to the referee. Now Nouhou Tolo from the Sounders goes down asking for medical assistance because he suffer a foul earlier in the game.

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A player from Pumas and a player from Seattle go down after a collision. The medical staff is asking them if they are ok and we await for the decision of the referee.

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A very choppy game so far, with both teams cutting the plays with serious fouls and now Seattle has the opportunity to score from a set piece.

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The last time a Liga MX club didn't win the CCL was in 2005.

Who would lift the trophy?

The game has started at Lumen Field!

The players available to come off the bench for Pumas for this game.

Record-breaking crowd at Lumen Field for the second leg of the final of the CONCACAF Champions League final.

The starting XI for the Sounders to face Pumas at Lumen Field for the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.

The starting XI for Pumas to face Seattle at Lumen Field for the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final.

Seattle and Pumas’ total market value ahead of the CONCACAF Champions League final

SOCCER

Seattle and Pumas’ total market value ahead of the CONCACAF Champions League final

The Major League Soccer side has a market value of 51 million dollars and they are the favorites to win the 2022 edition. The Seattle Sounders want to end with this negative streak that the MLS clubs have against the Liga MX in the most important tournament in the area.

The CCL trophy has arrived in Seattle

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS

The CCL trophy has arrived in Seattle

Last week, Mexico City’s Ciudad Universitaria witnessed a dramatic first leg ending when Nicolas Lodeiro scored a late penalty to tie the game against Pumas UNAM and make it 2-2. Now both teams will meet again for the second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League final at Lumen Field to determine the winner of the tournament and book their ticket to the FIFA Club World Cup.

Seattle Sounders set to break attendance record in CCL final

MLS

Seattle Sounders set to break attendance record in CCL final

Seattle Sounders managed to secure a 2-2 draw against Pumas at Ciudad Universitaria on Wednesday night in the first leg of the 2022 CONCACAF Champions League final. Now they are preparing to host the Liga MX side in the second leg at Lumen Field, as they attempt to win their first Champions League trophy.

Who has won the most CONCACAF Champions League titles?

Soccer

Who has won the most CONCACAF Champions League titles?

Pumas have three CONCACAF Champions’ Cup wins to their name (1980, 1982 and 1989), the previous iteration of the continental tournament providing a more eclectic mix of champions than the current format. In total, there were 26 different winners of the Champions Cup, from nine different countries: Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Suriname, Guatemala, Honduras, Trinidad and Tobago, the US and Haiti.

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