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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Besler Continues to Climb All Time Lists

Stats and milestones from this weekend’s action.

MLS: Minnesota United FC at Sporting KC Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Here are some stats and milestones from this past weekend’s games for Sporting Kansas City, the Swope Park Rangers, and FC Kansas City.

Sporting Kansas City

The draw was the 150th for KC in league play.

Matt Besler made his 213th league start for KC, tying him with Davy Arnaud for 3rd most all time.

Besler made his 219th league appearance for KC, breaking his tie with Preki for 4th most all time.

Benny Feilhaber's goal was his 33rd in all competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Mo Johnston for 7th all time on that list.

Feilhaber's goal was his 29th in league play for KC, breaking his tie with Scott Sealy and Digital Takawira for 8th on that list.

Feilhaber's goal was his 19th league goal at home for KC, breaking his tie with Sealy for 8th all time on that list.

It was his 20th goal at home in all competitions, tying him with Sealy for 8th on that list.

Saad Abdul Salaam made his 50th start in all competitions for KC, he's the 60th player to hit that mark.

Swope Park Rangers

Christian Duke made his 50th league appearance for SPR, he's the first player to hit that mark.

In the 40th minute, Nansel Selbol moved past Adrian Zendejas and into 10th place for league minutes played for SPR, Selbol finished the game with 1,730 minutes played.

In the 33rd minute, Mark Anthony Gonzalez moved past Tommy Meyer and into 5th place for minutes played in all competitions, he finished the game with 2,394 minutes played.

Gonzalez started his 23rd league game for SPR, tying him with Kevin Oliveira for 6th all time on that list.

Gonzalez started his 25th game in all competitions, tying him with Oumar Ballo and Kris Tyrpak for 6th all time on that list.

In the 19th minute, James Musa moved past Dane Kelly and into 13th place for minutes played in all competitions, he finished the game with 1,620 minutes played.

FC Kansas City

Christina Gibbons recorded her 3rd assist in league play and in all competitions for FCKC tying her with Mandy Laddish, Frances Silva, and Sarah

Hagen for 9th all time in league play and with Laddish and Silva for 10th in all competitions.

In the 28th minute, Lo'eau LaBonta passed Jenna Richmond and moved into 20th place for leauge minutes played. In the 58th she then passed Kristie

Mewis and moved into 19th place on that list, LaBonta finished the game with 1,798 minutes played.

In the 88th minute, Brittany Taylor moved past Amy Rodriguez and into 11th place for minutes played in all competitions, she finished the game with 3,150 minutes played.

Taylor made her 35th league appearance, breaking her tie with Rodriguez for 13th all time on that list.

Taylor made her 35th appearance in all competitions, breaking her tie with Amy LePeilbet for 14th all time on that list.

Taylor made her 35th league start, tying her with Merritt Mathias for 10th all time on that list.

Yael Averbuch made her 53rd league appearance, breaking her tie with Silva for 6th all time on that list.

Averbuch made her 48th league start, tying her with Lauren Holiday for the 6th most in team history.

Katie Bowen made her 26th league appearance, tying her with Hagen for 18th all time on that list.

It was Bowen's 26th appearance in all competitions, breaking her tie with Nikki Phillips for 20th all time on that list.

Becca Moros made her 32nd appearance in all competitions, tying her with Elizabeth Bogus for 16th all time.