by William Crum
At last night’s game Sporting Kansas City tied with Toronto. The score was Sporting Kansas City 2 and Toronto 2.
One of the reasons the game ended in a tie was that two of the key players were away training with the World Cup championship to be held in Brazil.
According to coach Peter Vermes, “With what we had to work with, I’m really proud of the guys. They all did a fantastic job. I’m really proud of them.”
The player that made the goals for Sporting Kansas City was Dominic Dwyer, No. 14.
“The whole team tried as hard as they could. We all work together to get the job done, however Montréal is a tough team to beat. This is why the game ended in a tie match. I’m really proud of my team members,” Dwyer said.
The next game will be next Tuesday night and Sporting KC is getting prepared for it. Vermes said he hopes Sporting KC will win that match.
The next game will be held at 7 p.m. May 27 at Sporting Park. They will play against the New York Red Bulls. This game is expected to be one the most challenging games ever in the history of Sporting Kansas City, as the team is without two of its key players.