Morris’ 2 goals lead Seattle Sounders past West Ham United 3-0

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SEATTLE (AP) — Rookie forward Jordan Morris came off the bench to score two second-half goals and the Seattle Sounders beat West Ham United of the English Premier League in an international exhibition game on Tuesday night 3-0.

Herculez Gomez also scored for the Sounders, converting a penalty kick late in the first half.

Morris’ first goal came in the 70th minute, just eight minutes after subbing into the game. He slid into the rebound of a shot by Oalex Anderson and drove it into the back right corner past West Ham reserve goalkeeper Raphael Spiegel.

Just two minutes later, Morris caught up to a long through ball from Joevin Jones and blasted it past Spiegel from the top left corner of the 6-yard box.

Gomez gave the Sounders a 1-0 lead by converting a penalty kick in the 42nd minute.

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