The Seattle Sounders forward wasn't picked for the Copa America squad, but he's out supporting the USA.
Seattle Sounders forward Jordan Morris may not have been selected for the USA's Copa America squad, but that doesn't mean he's not trying to play a part in the festivities as the Americans face Ecuador in the quarterfinals.
Morris's home stadium is Seattle's CenturyLink Field, where the match is taking place, and he was leading the brigade as the Seattle fans commenced their traditional march to the match. Morris, 21, was thought to be a key part of the U.S. attack this summer, but he was left off the roster despite a stretch of four goals in five games in the build-up.
No matter, here he is on his way to the match with a number of his Sounders teammates, flanked by the U.S. supporters group, The American Outlaws:
Morris has five goals and an assist in his first 13 matches as a professional.