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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Espinoza and Zusi Hit 200 Mark

Stats and milestones from last night’s US Open Cup game against Minnesota.

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Roger Espinoza made his 200th appearance for KC across all competitions, he's the 10th player to hit that mark.

Espinzoa's assist was his 25th across all competitions, tying him with Kerry Zavagnin for 9th all time.

In the 80th minute, Roger Espinoza moved past Nick Garcia and into 3rd place for minutes played in the US Open Cup (proper and qualifiers), he finished the game with 1,324 minutes played.

In the 80th minute Espinoza also moved past Garcia and into 3rd place for minutes played in the US Open Cup proper, finishing the game with 1,204 minutes played.

Graham Zusi started his 200th game for Sporting, he's the 8th player to hit that mark for KC.

Matt Besler made his 255th appearance in all competitions, breaking his tie with Preki for 4th all time on that list.

Besler made his 17th US Open Cup appearance for KC (proper and qualifiers), tying him with Zavagnin for the most in team history.

In the 64th minute, Besler moved past Nick Garcia and into 2nd place all time for minutes played in the US Open Cup proper, he finished the game with 1,220 minutes played.

Daniel Salloi made his first start for Sporting Kansas City.

At 20 years, 330 days, Salloi is the 18th youngest player to start a game across all competitions for Sporting.

At 20 years, 330 days, Salloi became the 8th youngest player to score a goal for KC across all competitions.

Dom Dwyer scored his 6th goal in the US Open Cup, breaking his tie with Krisztian Nemeth, Davy Arnaud, and Igor Simtenkov for most in team history in the competition.

Ike Opara's goal was his 6th game winner for KC. Six of his nine career goals in all competitions for KC have been game winners.

Seth Sinovic made his 183rd appearance in all competitions, tying him with Matt McKeon for 11th all time on that list.

Tim Melia won his 34th game as a starter, breaking hit tie with Mike Ammann for 4th all time on that list.

Melia also recorded his 26th shut out in all competitions, tying him with Bo Oshoniyi for 3rd all time.

Melia also won his 5th game in the US Open Cup, tying him with Eric Kronberg for the most wins by a goalkeeper (counting proper and qualifiers).