‘We’re very, very dangerous’: Sounders ponder an onslaught of goals — and how to keep them coming

Sounders forwards Handwalla Bwana, left, and Raul Ruidiaz celebrate Ruidiaz’ second goal, which put Seattle up 2-1 over the San Jose Earthquakes in the final moments of stoppage time at CenturyLink Field in Seattle Sunday Oct. 28, 2018. The win, alongside a loss by FC Dallas, has them finishing second in the Western Conference. 208275

The Sounders are averaging more than three goals per game and overwhelming opponents early on with attacking waves featuring multiple forwards, midfielders and fullbacks. About the only concern now is how to keep the pressure going, especially once they take an inevitable multi-goal lead.

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