U.S. Open Cup final: Here's the goal that lifted Sporting KC to a fourth cup crown
It was another great day in the club's history with a win over the New York Red Bulls
Sporting Kansas City took home its fourth ever U.S. Open Cup crown on Wednesday, as Daniel Salloi's second-half goal proved to be the winner in a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls.
Salloi used his quickness and anticipation to beat Ryan Meara to a ball at the top of the box after Latif Blessing's opener. Here's the winning goal:
The club has become quite the cup team, taking home the U.S. Open Cup three times since 2012 and twice in the last three seasons and is now one away from joining the defunct Bethlehem Steel and Maccabi Los Angeles for most all time.
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