The star soccer player Pablo Ruiz scored his first MLS goal in the 85th minute to help the Real Salt Lake to settle the draw against Seatle Sounders FC 2-2 On Wednesday. The shot was unleashed by his left foot from outside the box that sailed through traffic and the stunning shot was worth to watch.
Dramatic tie between the teams
The Sounders (4-1-3) have proved their efficiency to be unbeaten in their last four games. The match was held for the very first at home for Real Salt Lake. As previously the owner Dell Loy Hansen’s controversial comments to sell off the team and the sudden backout of MLS player raised up the speculations Hansen also came under fire in a published report where he found guilty in a published report for his repeated use of racist language to and in front of team employees.
The match had lots of twists and turns
Alex Roldan made a slick move to create space in the corner before his cross found Gomez, whose header from the left side of the box beat Andrew Putna,(zero saves) to give Seattle a 2-1 lead in the 69th minute. Real Salt Lake forged a tie at 1 in the 50th-minute after Albert Rusnak’s corner kick found Glad, whose header handcuffed Frei at the goal line. The goal was Glad’s first of this season and third of his career.
Although, the game gave goosebumps to the fans and supporters it also did bring out the true and hidden potential of the players. Upcoming days will surely be great fun to watch the matches.