Jordan Morris started as a winger in the first leg of the Seattle Sounders’ western conference semifinal against FC Dallas, much to the dismay of idiots on Twitter who think they are experts.
I know I'm late to the party, but moving Morris to the wing is an idiotic move. It's become very apparent this season he's an out-and-out ST— Rob Usry (@RobUsry) October 31, 2016
He went and proved that it doesn’t matter where he lines up on the field, he’s capable of pulling off something special. He raced down the left wing, leaving USMNT hopeful Matt Hedges in his dust and setting up the Sounders’ second goal of the night:
The wheels and the touch on @JmoSmooth13's assist for Nicolas Lodeiro. @HeinekenSoccer #MLS #SEAvDAL https://t.co/oiSijwWz5o— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) October 31, 2016
Lesson learned: Jordan Morris is good at soccering.