KC Comets 2019-20 season
A season unlike any other in many different ways.
The Comets road record is now 1-7.
Following two tough losses, the Comets are eager to return to the win column against their nearby rival.
Missed chances were a common theme as the Comets drop their final meeting with Milwaukee of the season.
Sunday’s annual Pink Game to benefit the Ally Kemp Foundation will be officiated by a familiar name to MLS fans, as Chris Penso will be the senior referee in his sixth season as an indoor referee.
Despite four goals from Ian Bennett, the Comets were able to put nine past the league’s strongest defense to come out victorious 9-8.
The second half rout was led by Kevin Ellis, who scored four of his five goals in the final two quarters.
After two straight losses, Kansas City will look to get their first win in 2020 against the SeaWoves, who have had a strange season of their own.
Comets end 2019 on a sour note with a loss and another injury concern.
Saxby is questionable as Comets finish year in St. Louis.
After Sunday’s loss, the Comets still leave Texas in decent shape, and still lead the all-time record against Dallas 3-1.
Five different scorers and a stellar performance from Mark Saxby was crucial as the Comets come from behind for huge road win.