GOAL: Jordan Morris makes it four goals in his last four games

With Seattle Sounders forward Jordan Morris scoring his fourth goal in as many games, his name entered the MLS record books: Morris' strike from distance against the San Jose Earthquakes pulled him into a three-way tie for the longest MLS goal-scoring streak by a rookie. 


According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Jamaican international Damani Ralph set the mark with a four-game stretch for the Chicago Fire in 2003. That benchmark was met by New York City FC's Patrick Mullins (albeit) with the New England Revolution, pre-expansion draft) in 2014, and now has been met again by Morris. 


Morris' goal against the Earthquakes comes after scoring the game-winner in a 1-0 Seattle win over the Columbus Crew last week. His other two goals came from a 3-1 loss to the Colorado Rapids, and the game winner in a 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Union.


The Seattle rookie will go for the record on the road against FC Dallas next Saturday, May 14 (9pm ET; MLS LIVE)