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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Duke Makes His Debut for the Club

MLS: Minnesota United FC at Sporting Kansas City Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

Sporting Kansas City’s run in the MLS is Back Tournament ending with a 3-1 loss to the Philadelphia Union on Thursday night. Alan Pulido scored his fourth goal of the season in the loss, the club’s second of the 2020 season. Elsewhere, on Wednesday night, Sporting Kansas City II picked up their first win of the USL Championship season with a 2-1 win in Louisville thanks to goals by Dominik Resetar and Wilson Harris. Here are stats and milestones from those two games.

Sporting Kansas City

At 19 years, 168 days, Cameron Duke is the 10th youngest player to appear in a game for KC in all competitions.

Johnny Russell’s assist was his 22nd in MLS competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Kei Kamara and Jack Jewsbury for 11th all time on that list.

It was Russell’s 27th assist in all competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Mark Chung for 9th all time on that list.

Tim Melia made his 176th appearance in all competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Chance Myers for 14th all time on that list.

Melia made his 176th start in all competitions for KC, breaking his tie with Benny Feilhaber for 11th all time on that list.

Melia suffered his 56th loss in all competitions for KC, tying him with Tony Meola for the most all time for a KC goalkeeper.

At 33 years, 279 days, Roger Espinoza tied Refik Sabanadzovic as the 17th oldest player to appear in or start a game for KC in all competitions.

Sporting Kansas City II

Wilson Harris’ goal was his 17th in league play for Sporting KC II, tying him with Hadji Barry for 2nd all time on that list.

It was Harris’ 17th in all competitions as well, tying him with Mark Anthony Gonzalez for 3rd all time on that list.

Harris made his 43rd league appearance for SKCII, tying him with Graham Smith for 12th all time on that list.

Remi Prieur made his debut for SKCII.

Prieur, Danny Barbir, Duval Wapiwo, Jaret Townsend, and Dominik Resetar all made their first starts for SKCII.

Jake Davis’ assist was his 3rd in league play for SKCII, tying him with Nansel Selbol, Parker Maher, Tyler Blackwood, Killian Colombie, and Ze Pedro for 14th all time on that list.

It was Davis’ 3rd in all competitions as well, tying him with Maher, Blackwood, Colombie, Ze Pedro, and Russambek Akhmatov for 15th all time on that list.

At 20 years, 63 days, Resetar is the 10th youngest player to score in league play or in all competitions for SKCII.

In the 17th minute, Camden Riley passed Nansel Selbol and moved into 19th place for league minutes played for SKCII, he finished the game with 2,320 minutes played.

Riley made his 25th league start for SKCII, tying him with Lebo Moloto and Kevin Oliveira for 18th all time on that list.