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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Match Day 2

A look at some stats from last night’s draw between Sporting KC and FC Dallas

MLS: FC Dallas at Sporting KC Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

Here are some stats from last night’s game between Sporting Kansas City and FC Dallas.

Latif Blessing is the 200th player to appear in a league game for Sporting Kansas City.

At 20 years, 71 days, Blessing became the 11th youngest player to debut for KC in league play. Knocking Mikey Lopez out of the top 20.

In all competitions, he's the 13th youngest player to debut for KC, knocking Will John out of the top 20.

Sporting KC have been shutout in their first two games for the first time since 1999.

It is the first time since 2010 that Sporting KC have posted shutouts in their first two games.

Benny Feilhaber made his 200th appearance in all competitions of his MLS career.

Feilhaber made his 147th appearance for KC in all competitions, tying him with Diego Gutierrez for 19th all time on that list.

Feilhaber started his 136th game in all competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Diego Gutierrez for 19th all time on that list.

Graham Zusi made his 196th league appearance for KC, breaking his tie with Jack Jewsbury for 8th all time on that list.

In the 58th minute, Seth Sinovic moved past Josh Wolff and into 15th place for league minutes played for KC. In the 88th minute he moved past Jimmy Nielsen and into 14th place on the same list, he finished the game with 11,500 minutes played.

In the 89th minute, Roger Espinoza moved past Matt McKeon and into 10th place for minutes played across all competitions, Espinoza finished the game with 14,604 minutes played.

Espinoza made his 142nd league start for KC, tying him with Mo Johnston and Jack Jewsbury for 9th all time on that list.

Sinovic and Espinoza made their 162nd start in all competitions for KC, tying them with Jewsbury for 9th all time on that list.

Tim Melia recorded his 19th shutout in all competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Eric Kronberg for 5th all time.