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Juice Boxes and Post Game Stats: Rad Makes His Debut

Stats and milestones from Sporting KC’s and Sporting KC II’s games.

MLS: Sporting Kansas City at Real Salt Lake Jeffrey Swinger-USA TODAY Sports

It wasn’t the weekend for either of Kansas City’s professional men’s soccer teams as both Sporting Kansas City and Sporting Kansas City II fell on the road, SKC 3-1 in Salt Lake and SKC II 2-0 in Tulsa. Here are the stats and milestones from the two games this weekend.

Sporting KC

At 19 years, 322 days, Kaveh Rad became the 10th youngest player to start a league game for Kansas City. He became the 14th youngest to appear in a league game.

Rad became the 12th youngest player to start a game in all competitions and the 15th youngest to appear in a game in all competitions.

Khiry Shelton made his 50th appearance in all competitions for KC, he’s the 79th player to reach that mark.

Sporting KC II

In the 4th minute, Christian Duke passed Felipe Hernandez and became SKC II’s all time leader in league minutes played, he finished the game with 6,441 minutes played.

Duke made his 80th start in all competitions for SKC II, breaking his tie with Hernandez for the most all time.

Duke made his 75th league appearance, breaking his tie with Amer Didic for 2nd all time on that list.

At 17 years, 49 days, Ozzie Cisneros became the 6th youngest player to start a league game for SKC II and the 7th youngest to play in a league game.

Cisneros also became the 6th youngest to start a game in all competitions and 7th youngest to play in a game.

At 17 years, 120 days, Jayvin Van Deventer became the 9th youngest player to start a league game for SKC II and the 11th youngest to play in a league game.

Van Deventer also became the 9th youngest to start a game in all competitions and 11th youngest to play in a game.