The Seattle Sounders defeated C.D. Marathon 2-0 in a Concacaf Champions League match on Wednesday at Seattle's Qwest Field. Two goals from Michael Fucito - one in the first half (20') and another in the second half (68') - provided the winning margin.
Unfortunately for the Sounders, the victory is meaningless when it comes to the Concacaf Champions League group standings.
As SBN Seattle's Kirsten Schlewitz pointed out earlier, tonight was a good test for some of the side's less seasoned players.
Some names to watch tonight: Miguel Montaño. Mike Fucito. Mike Seamon. David Estrada. Alvaro Fernandez. Not all babies, but ones that should be battling for a first team spot--or at least, a greater role off the bench. Start forming your own ideas about who the Sounders should keep next season, and who they can allow to leave.
Surely, two goals from Fucito is more than enough to send Sounders supporters home happy.
For ESPN's game stats, click here.
One footnote (get it?): Fucito left the match with an injury to his foot but Chris Egan of KING-5 TV reports on Twitter that Fucito's foot is "fine".
For everything Sounders and for more on tonight's game, head over to SB Nation's Sounder At Heart.