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Player Ratings: Sunny impresses, RSL downs Seattle, 2-1

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Nick Rimando
- 6.5 Even Rimando's incredible saves sometimes don't turn out as planned. He made a few great stops but one of them ended up at the foot of Ozzie Alonso.

Chris Wingert - 6 Another solid performance from Wingert. Did a couple of passes miss their mark? Sure. But overall he did a nice job of preventing too much from happening for Seattle's offense.

Aaron Maund - 6 Maund was all over the place for most of the match and put in a full shift. You could make an argument that he missed the Alonso run which led to the goal, but it wasn't just him. On the bright side, he dealt admirably with Jordan Morris' speed and physicality.

Jamison Olave - 7 Redemption is sweet. Olave took a lot of flack over the first few games but came up big in this one and he did it at the right time earning the full three points. His defense was good for the better part of the game as well.

Tony Beltran - 6.5 Beltran met up with one of the best strikers in the league in Dempsey on multiple occasions and did his part to take him out of the game.

Kyle Beckerman - 6.5 Beckerman was tenacious and his passing was crisp after the first 20 or 30 minutes of the game. He made smart fouls and made RSL the aggressor.

Sunny Obayan - 8 Sunny is quickly winning over fans with his performances. Against Seattle it was no different. He was all over the field, made some incredible tackles, was accurate in his passing, and had a beautiful header to tie the game.

Jordan Allen - 6 Allen did pretty well filling in for the bruised Morales. He found ways to get involved and got into some good spots. He also earned the corner that led to the Sunny goal.

Burrito Martinez - 7.5 Martinez wowed us again with his creative play. But the highlight of the game was when he made something out of nothing and found Olave for the go ahead goal when we all thought it was a lost cause. That goal doesn't happen without Martinez.

Yura Movsisyan - 5.5 Yura did not do much of anything on offense, but he worked as hard as anyone on the field and contributed in other ways.

Joao Plata - 7 Plata picked up the assist from the corner and was energetic throughout. Outside of his shot to the top left corner that was saved, he didn't have much in the way of scoring chances but found a way to make things happen for his teammates.


Devon Sandoval - N/A

Olmes Garcia - N/A