Seattle’s Thomás, left, drives against C.D. Olimpia's Oliver Morazan during the first half of the Sounders’ 2-1 win in a CONCACAF Champions League soccer match on Aug. 19 in Seattle. The two teams will play against on Wednesday in the Honduras.
Seattle’s Thomás, left, drives against C.D. Olimpia's Oliver Morazan during the first half of the Sounders’ 2-1 win in a CONCACAF Champions League soccer match on Aug. 19 in Seattle. The two teams will play against on Wednesday in the Honduras. Dean Rutz The Seattle Times via AP
Seattle’s Thomás, left, drives against C.D. Olimpia's Oliver Morazan during the first half of the Sounders’ 2-1 win in a CONCACAF Champions League soccer match on Aug. 19 in Seattle. The two teams will play against on Wednesday in the Honduras. Dean Rutz The Seattle Times via AP

Seattle Sounders expect rugged Round 2 vs. CD Olimpia in Honduras

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