In the continuity of the tournament, which is played exclusively in Orlando, Florida, both teams did not pass the tie.
Seattle Sounders and San Jose Earthquakes They tied 0-0 at the start of Group B of the tournament MLS is Back, within the bubble in which all the teams are located in Orlando, Florida, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
In Seattle there was a good South American presence from the start, with the Peruvian Raul Ruidíaz as prominent in the center of the attack with the Uruguayan Nicolás Lodeiro in the creation. The center pair was made up of the Colombian Yeimar Gómez Andrade and the Ecuadorian Xavier Arreaga.
San José, led by the Argentine Matías Almeyda, also had albicelestes on the court: the Argentine Daniel Vega and the forwards Cristian Espinoza and Andrés Ríos.
The tournament continues this Saturday with the matches that open Group E: Atlanta United – New York Red Bulls and Cincinnati – Columbus Crew.
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