Sounders blast Surinamese club in CONCACAF Champions Cup

The A-League's Seattle Sounders scored a club-record 10 goals in demolishing SV Transvaal of Suriname 10-0 in their CONCACAF Champions Cup match in Federal Way, Wash., June 17. Chugger Adair had a hat trick for Seattle, while former New England Revolution midfielder Geoff Aunger had three assists. With the win, Seattle advances to the quadrangular final of the 1996 edition of the Champions Cup in Guatemala City July 15-20, where they will face Cruz Azul and Necaxa of Mexico and Comunicaciones of Guatemala. The winner will advance to the 1997 finals, which will be held in August in Washington, D.C. June 17 in Federal Way, Wash. Seattle (A-League) 10 SV Transvaal (Surinam) 0. Goals: Adair (Aunger) 2, Adair (Aunger) 15, Gailey (Jenkins) 31, Gailey (Jenkins) 37, Megson (Aunger) 42, Gelvazon (Kinoshita) 49, Crothers 70, Barton (Crothers) 73, Adair 79, Barton (Gelvezon) 82. Seattle -- Hudock, Jenkins, McNiel, James (Crothers, 46), Watson, Aunger (Enneking, 60), Megson (Barton, 46), Kinoshita, Adair, Gailey. SV Transvaal -- Tempo (Peel, 55), Amelok, Esajas, Plata, Winter, White, Tjin A Ton, Freeman, Simson (Boyce, 46), McDonald, Suffrain. Yellow cards: Seattle -- Adair 61; SV Transvaal -- Suffrain 51. Red card: SV Transvaal -- Suffrain 60. Referee: Seifert. Att.: 2,153.
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