My story in the Tuesday paper will take a look at where the Sounders -- as a club and as individuals -- finished in the MLS statistical standings, now that the regular season is over.
But first, something to think about: The Sounders were alone atop MLS in one statistical category (other than attendance, and they tied for the lead in one other), and they were last in one statistical category.
Care to guess? Answer below:
The Sounders suffered more fouls than any other team in the league (they tied with Houston for fewest goals allowed), and they put the fewest shots on goal.
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Here's a quick roundup of the some the Sounders' team and individual statistical highlights:
SOUNDERS FC IN MLS STATISTICSGoals: Eighth.Goals against: Tied for first.Shots: 10thShots on goal: 15th.Fouls caused: Eighth.Fouls suffered: First.Corner kicks: Second.Cautions: Fifth.
INDIVIDUAL SOUNDERS IN MLS STATSFredy Montero first in shots (86).Freddie Ljungberg first in fouls suffered (67).Ljungberg first in game-winning assists (4).Kasey Keller second in goals-against average (0.92).Keller second in wins (12).Keller tied for second in shutouts (10).Montero tied for third in goals (12).Montero tied for third in game-winning goals (4).Ljungberg fourth in assists (9).