Juan Dinneno, one of Pumas' key players in the Concachampions final.

Pumas have not won a Concacaf title since 1989 and the Seattle Sounders have never won one. The quote from Concachampions tonight is the opportunity. Both teams are in need of the trophy that will be presented today at Lumen Field, a packed stadium that will break records. The final series, after the first leg at Ciudad Universitaria, is tied 2-2 and the mission will be to score to avoid extra time and penalties.

9:15 p.m. Who are the figures of Pumas and Seattle Sounders for the Concacaf final?

Juan Dinneno, one of Pumas’ key players in the Concachampions final.@pumasmx – @pumasmx

Cougars will face a team that has no casualties and You will have to take special care of Nicolás Lodeiro, who already hit in the first legJordan Morrison and Raul Ruidíazan old acquaintance of Mexican soccer for his past with Monarcas Morelia.

Seattle Sounders should keep a close eye on Juan Dinenno, the Argentine scored both goals Cougars in the first leg and his annotations have been vital towards the final. Although the university students suffer the loss of their right back Alan Mozo, They have in Jesús Rivas a player with character who showed with an assist in the first leg that he is capable of supplying it.

21:00. Lumen Field will break attendance record in the Concachampions final

The Lumen Field, ready to break the attendance record for a Concachampions final in history.
The Lumen Field, ready to break the attendance record for a Concachampions final in history.@soundersfc – @soundersfc

In his first Concacaf final in history, the Rave Green club sold over 62,000 tickets in the hope of conquering the title of the region. With that number of attendees, it will exceed the 61,004 spectators that the final between Montreal Impact and America gathered in the 2014/2015 season.

8:45 p.m. Epic final in the first leg of the Concachampions between Pumas vs Seattle Sounders

Nicolás Lodeiro and Cristian Roldán celebrate the tie at the Olympic University in the first leg of the Concachampions.
Nicolás Lodeiro and Cristian Roldán celebrate the tie at the Olympic University in the first leg of the Concachampions.@soundersfc – @soundersfc

On April 26, with the Estadio Olímpico Universitario as the stage, Pumas won 2-0 over Seattle Sounders at 77′ with goals from Juan Dinenno; however, a couple of mistakes by the auriazul defense in the final stretch they allowed Nicolás Lodeiro to dress up as a hero with two perfect penalty charges that closed the first 90′ with a 2-2 draw and surprised the Mexican club.

8:30 p.m. How and at what time to watch the Concachampions final between Seattle Sounders and Pumas

On Wednesday, May 4, at 11:00 p.m. (Argentina time), 10:00 p.m. (ET), 9:00 p.m. (CT), 7:00 p.m. (PT), Seattle Sounders receives Pumas at Lumen Field in Washington to define the Concachampions title.

In the United States, the game will be available on Univision NOW, TUDN, UniMás, Fox Sports 1, in addition to their respective streaming applications. In Mexico, it can be seen through Fox Sports and Fox Sports Premium and, in Argentina, through Star+.

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