Great shame! He was humiliated and expelled by the Seattle Saunders at the Motacua Congo Champions

Modagua defeated Seattle Saunders 5-0 in the second leg of the 16th round of the Confederations Cup.

The first match at the Olympic Stadium ended 0-0 and the visiting goal was crucial on the tiebreaker scale. But the team Diego Vasquez He was subdued and blurred in the second half.

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, repeated 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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Goals

Seattle Saunders opened the scoring in the 32nd minute when Uruguay’s Nicolas Lodero opened the scoring, before Argentina goalkeeper Jonathan Rugier scored on the second try.

At the start of the second half, after the locals got a free kick, Christian Roldan scored alone to shoot the Rugby in the small area.

The third goal for the Americans was scored by Jordan Morris, who took advantage of Denil Moldonado’s drop in the lower zone, and he did not concede a single goal to Rugby in the 56th minute.

Newcomer Kelin Rowe scored the fourth goal after a poor start by Mottagua, in which they lost the ball and the Seattle Saunders played quickly and overcame the fight in the 62nd minute.

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A bad night for Motagua in Seattle, where Diego Rodriguez lost the ball in the 74th minute, using another newcomer Leo Soo from Brazil to make it 5-0.

Starting rows:

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 Raul Marcelo Santos, 2 Denil Maldonado, 5 Marcelo Pereira, 17 Wesley Decas, 32 Jonathan Nunes, 35 Christopher Melandes, 22 Jesse Moncotta, 31 Diego, Lusky, 19 Diego Ausch, 19

Coach: Diego Vasquez.

Ground: Lumen Field (Seattle).

Referee: Evan Barton (ELS).

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