MLS/CCL Wednesday: Match Night Commentary

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It is a busier Wednesday night than usual for American soccer fans, what with two MLS matches and the CONCACAF Champions League Final on tap featuring American striker Herculez Gomez.

D.C. United plays host to the Montreal Impact (7:30pm, Direct Kick) while red-hot Sporting Kansas City puts their perfect record on the line in Vancouver tonight against the Whitecaps (10pm, Direct Kick).

In Monterrey, Mexico, the CONCACAF Champions League Final begins with the first leg featuring the high-scoring attacks of Santos Laguna and Monterrey (10pm, Fox Soccer Channel).

SBI will be providing live commentary on tonight's matches so please feel free to follow all the action here on SBI. As always, you are welcome to share your thoughts, opinions and some play-by-play in the comments section below.

Enjoy the action (Commentary is after the jump):

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7 Responses to MLS/CCL Wednesday: Match Night Commentary

  1. ThaDeuce says:

    Wow, after listening to the capital soccer show last night and hearing benny speak, i was NOT expecting this many line up changes. I am shocked and eagerly waiting to see how they play.

    Both Maicon and Cruz have been excellent and in form,, and Hamdi has shown flashes. But I was wondering how long one can seriously keep boskovich, najar, and pontius on the bench. D.C. was serious when they said they were adding depth.

  2. ThaDeuce says:

    WTF Match Day Live just quit on me. When I re-opened it won’t play the live game anymore. B.S!

  3. ThaDeuce says:

    What a goal from Maicon!

  4. jim b says:

    Montreal is REALLY bad.

  5. adrodicus says:

    my 1st reaction to that Suazo goal? I can’t believe he didn’t fall down…

  6. Todd says:

    Ridiculous skill…Top 5 striker in the world

  7. Pete In SF says:

    The CCL rep in the Fifa Club World Cup will be stronger than ever this year