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By the numbers: Sounders fall to Whitecaps

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There weren't many positive numbers from the Seattle Sounders' 1-0 loss to the Vancouver Whitecaps on Friday, but there were still some worthwhile ones to pass along.

0 -- goals the Sounders scored. It was the fifth time this year the Sounders had been shut out, but the first time in 12 games and the just second time they had failed to score at home.

1 -- points the Sounders claimed against the Whitecaps this year. After dominating their early meetings, it has now been five games since the Sounders have beaten their northern rivals.

3 -- shots on goal by the Sounders. It's the second fewest shots on goal the Sounders have posted at home.

4 -- Kekuta Manneh has scored four goals in his three career appearances at CenturyLink Field a. The 20-year-old has only scored six goals in the other 44 professional appearances of his career. The only opponent to score more is Chris Wondolowski (5).

EDIT: I'M AN IDIOT. EVANS DIDN'T GET A YELLOW. 5 - Brad Evans picked up his fifth yellow card of the season. He'll be suspended for the next game against the LA Galaxy.

10 -- This was the first time in 10 games that the Sounders didn't get a goal or an assist from either Clint Dempsey or Obafemi Martins. In the previous nine games, the forward duo had combined for 14 goals and nine assists.

64 -- No matter what the Galaxy do against FC Dallas, if the Sounders can get to 64 points they'll win the Supporters' Shield.

62,835 -- Attendance the Sounders need in their season finale to break the MLS record they set a year ago. It would be the sixth straight season in which the Sounders set the MLS attendance record.