Seattle Sounders vs Toronto FC you can WATCH IN ALIVE from 3:00 p.m. (Peruvian time) via ESPN Y ESPN Play. You can also follow this duel through the minute by minute of americadeportes.pe
Both teams arrive as brand new champions of their respective Conferences: the Seattle Sounders of the West, and the Toronto FC of the East, although we were the best teams of the regular phase.
Sounders, whose ranks include Uruguayan creative Nicolas Lodeiro and Peruvian scorer Raul Ruidiaz, eliminated Los Angeles FC in the semifinals of Mexican Carlos Vela.
Toronto, which has among its highlights the Spanish end Aleandro 'Alex' Pozuelo, the Brazilian side Auro and the Canadian midfielder of Colombian origin Jonathan Osorio, got rid in the previous phase of the 2018 champion, Atlanta United, which was directed by the now coach of Mexico, Gerardo Martino.
The 2019 finalists have already disputed the 2016 title, which won the Sounders in a penalty shootout. A year later, Toronto took revenge by winning 2-0.
The Sounders under the direction of coach Brian Schmetzer, who came to the position on an interim basis months before the final League of 2016, depart as favorites by having the field advantage and a team plagued by foreign players.
In addition to Lodeiro and Ruidiaz, pillars of the Sounders' offensive production, the Seattle formation has reinforced its defensive strength with the Ecuadorian central Xavier Arreaga and his Panamanian colleague Roman Torres, who accelerated his launch in the penalty shootout secured the title in 2016
The sale of the 63,000 tickets for Sunday's game marks a new record for assists in Seattle. The second best in a final of the MLS Cup, second only to last year's attendance at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, with 73,019.
Seattle Sounders vs Toronto FC – Probable lineups:
Seattle Sounders: Stefan Frei; Kelvin Leerdam, Kim Kee-hee, Xavier Arreaga, Brad Smith; Gustav Svensson, Cristian Roldan; Joevin Jones, Nicolas Lodeiro, Jordan Morris; and Raul Ruidiaz. DT: Brian Schmetzer.
Toronto FC: Quentin Westberg; Auro, Laurent Ciman, Chris Mavinga, Justin Morrow; Marco Delgado, Michael Bradley, Jonathan Osorio; Tsubasa Endoh, Alejandro Pozuelo and Nicolas Benezet. DT: Gregg Vanney.
Referee: Allen Chapman
Place: CenturyLink Stadium. Seattle (USA)
Hour: 3:00 pm. (Peruvian time).