Seattle Sounders forward Oalex Anderson, left, said he wanted to cap off a dramatic run against the Montreal Impact on Saturday with a pass to a teammate. But that pass never came.
Seattle Sounders forward Oalex Anderson, left, said he wanted to cap off a dramatic run against the Montreal Impact on Saturday with a pass to a teammate. But that pass never came. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press
Seattle Sounders forward Oalex Anderson, left, said he wanted to cap off a dramatic run against the Montreal Impact on Saturday with a pass to a teammate. But that pass never came. Ted S. Warren The Associated Press

Sounders’ Oalex Anderson says he wanted to cap run with pass vs. Montreal

April 05, 2016 6:17 PM

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