Will Sporting KC Ever Win on the Road Again?

Sporting KC lost 4-0, to the Philadelphia for their third road loss this season. Sporting KC manager Peter Vermes put out the best of the best against the Union but they could not pull anything off. Vermes later said, “We weren’t good. We just weren’t good tonight, We were sluggish. That was the biggest thing. We just weren’t ready for the game. That’s my fault, and I’ll make sure it doesn’t happen again. Vermes also said “That early goal put us in a hole,” Vermes said. “The one right before halftime hurt us and put us in deeper. It was just a lot to dig out of. We didn’t play well. The other team played better, and they deserved the three points. Chance Myers also had a few words to say about the team “It’s embarrassing, coming in here obviously the effort wasn’t good enough… 4-0 is a slap in the face and we obviously can’t dwell on it and move on tomorrow.”

 The first goal came in the 1st minute when Jack McInerney volley a ball passed Jimmy Nielsen. Nielsen was clearly agitated after the goal, “I thought my first goal was good” said McInerey “I thought it was good for the team because we have been struggling to score goals. To get one in the second minute was a good feeling.” The Union conceded the first yellow card of the game when Brian Carrol hit Julio Cesar very hard. Just minutes later, Juilo Cesar made a retaliating tackle on Freddy Adu, Cesar was given a yellow card for the tackle. Raymon Gaddis conceded the third yellow card in the 25th minute for a reckless challenge on Roger Espinoza. The Union scored their second goal of the game when Jack McInerney scored on the ball that had previously been blocked by Jimmy Nielsen. The first half came to an end with the Union leading 2-0.

The second half started with a Union ball but the Union could not do anything with the ball. The fourth yellow card came in the 63rd minute when Michael Lahound tripped up Chance Myers. The third and fourth goal came in the 81st and 85th minute, Lionard Pajoy scored the third goal and Antoine Hoppenot scored the final goal of the match to cap off the match.

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