Sporting KC Wins MLS Cup At Frigid, Sold-Out Sporting Park
Sporting KC yesterday beat Real Salt Lake in a league-record 10 rounds of penalty kicks to win the club's second MLS Cup. A crowd of 21,650 at Sporting Park "sat through the coldest game in MLS Cup history," as it was 20 degrees at kickoff ( K.C. STAR, 12/8 ). SKC used a sub-terrain heating system...
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