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Fans angry at refs as Sounders fall to Whitecaps, 2-1

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SEATTLE – There was much anger in CenturyLink Field on Saturday night.

The Seattle Sounders remained pointless through three games of the MLS season, falling to the Vancouver Whitecaps 2-1 in a match that left many fans upset with referee Mark Geiger.

Both of Vancouver’s goals came on free kicks by Pedro Morales that were precipitated by controversial Geiger calls: One in the 10th minute, and the other in the 74th minute.

The Sounders had more than their fair share of chances; 85 minute into the game, they’d out-shot Vancouver 18-7.

Seattle is 0-3 for the first time in its history, and is the only team left in the MLS without a win or draw.

The Sounders will end March without a win. They will get two weeks to prepare for a visit from the Montreal Impact on April 2.

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