There may not be a team more ready for the World Cup break than the Seattle Sounders. Going into last night’s home match against DC United, the worst team in the league (2-8-1), at home in front of the World Cup hyped raving lunatics that occupy Qwest Field, the Sounders (4-5-3) surely felt good about hitting the break on a high note.
Imagine then, if you will, the crushing heartbreak afterwards as the Sounders left the field losing 3-2 in a match that was a 3-0 score until the 89th minute. Imagine the feeling of pure snake-bit bad luck that surely must be running rampant through this team. Imagine a game that has goalkeeping great Kasey Keller