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Jordan Morris stars in U.S. U-23's win over Bosnia

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Jordan Morris had another standout performance in a United States uniform, this time helping lead the U-23 team to a 5-2 victory at Bosnia and Herzegovina. It wasn't just Morris' 8th minute goal and the assist he picked up six minutes later, but the Stanford sophomore was all over play-by-play. Here's a sampling:

Here's video of the goal:


Here's video of the assist:

morris assist

morris pass

Especially after a performance like this, Morris has to be considered among the favorites to join the U.S. if they qualify for Brazil 2016 Summer Olympics. Morris and Luis Gil were also the only two U.S. starters who have national team caps.

Although Morris reportedly turned down a Homegrown Player contract from the Sounders earlier this year, the Mercer Island product could conceivably sign in the summer after his collegiate season.

The U-23s return to action on March 31 in Denmark.

Here's video of the complete match:

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