HIGHLIGHTS: Seattle Sounders vs Vancouver Whitecaps, August 18th

In a Cascadia Rivalry matchup, Darren Mattocks and the Vancouver Whitecaps head south to take on Eddie Johnson and the Seattle Sounders. Subscribe to our channel for more soccer content: www.youtube.com – Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com – Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com – Add us to your circle on Google Plus: plus.google.com About MLS: Headquartered in New York City, Major League Soccer is the top-flight professional soccer league in the United States and Canada. MLS features many stars from the US, Canada, and around the world. Major League Soccer’s 17th season features 19 clubs each playing 34 regular-season matches. Those clubs are the Chicago Fire; Chivas USA; Colorado Rapids; Columbus Crew; DC United; FC Dallas; Houston Dynamo; 2011 MLS Cup champion LA Galaxy; New York Red Bulls; New England Revolution; Philadelphia Union; Portland Timbers; Real Salt Lake; San Jose Earthquakes; Seattle Sounders FC; Sporting Kansas City; Toronto FC; Vancouver Whitecaps FC; and, in their inaugural season, Montreal Impact. For more information about MLS, log on to the league’s official website at www.MLSsoccer.com Tags Seattle Sounders, Sounders FC, Vancouver Whitecaps, ‘Caps, Fredy Montero, Eddie Johnson, Darren Mattocks, Goal, Goals, gaol, gaols, Highlights, highlight, pro soccer, sports, MLS, Major League Soccer, Football, Futbol, Soccer

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16 Responses to “HIGHLIGHTS: Seattle Sounders vs Vancouver Whitecaps, August 18th”

  1. selannekariya says:

    I love how? passionate Seattle fans are. None of this bandwagon shit like in hockey and other sports

  2. manuel perez says:

    ya go? sounders

  3. PKhockey81 says:

    ohhh alright, and no not at all it seems like he scores off the? bench every game

  4. ArsenaLbeto says:

    Que buen? marco de espectadores.

  5. boxing2012 says:

    They? found a great replacement for Arlo!

  6. 7318096 says:

    the mls has come a long way, its? not up there with the premiership la liga etc.., but its getting there

  7. iusemyhand says:

    I think he’s trying to say that it was a big goal in a big game; that’s the reason? for the “goalgasm”

  8. steviepanties says:

    I love the? Montero/Johnson combo! Two of the best in the MLS! 🙂

  9. iusemyhand says:

    He missed Friday practice (game prep) due to a family issue. He sure? doesn’t have any trouble coming off the bench, does he?!

  10. brillitawey says:

    It is ?

  11. brillitawey says:

    So we can have a fresh star? out there to make plays like that when everyone else is tired

  12. mariofan38 says:

    “that this is a draw”

    I don’t understand. By the score, this game is not a draw. Can you explain further? (A game with one team getting one amazing goal and the other getting a goal that isn’t really that good, then? yes, that would be a draw)

    “that nomatter the quality of a goal it is still a goal?”

    Yes, because regardless of how magical a goal is, it’s still worth getting excited for taking the lead from your rival.

  13. PKhockey81 says:

    why do they never start montero.. he’s like top? 3 in MLS

  14. Greenslime300 says:

    Love this commentator?

  15. TheMcDonski says:

    I think CenturyLink is well capable of holding football matches. We have probably the biggest stadium, not sure if Gillette Stadium where the Rev’s play has? more, but it’s definitely fit to hold football matches. It’s the loudest stadium in the NFL and the MLS.

  16. Korne333 says:

    No it wasn’t… the stadium was designed for the Seattle Seahawks, hence why the pointy section? is known as the Hawks nest. The Seattle Sounders have been around for a long time (since my parents moved there in the 70’s), and with them moving up to MLS, they began to play in the larger stadium.