Sunday, May 13, 2012

Reserves Beat Chicago

Of the two games this weekend, KC couldn't win the bigger of the two, but at least the traveling fans didn't go home without seeing one win.  The Swope Park Rangers took on the Chicago Fire this morning in Chicago, and came away with a 3-1 win over the Fire.  Three first half goals were enough to see the Rangers to victory. 

Korede Aiyegbusi opened the scoring in the 26th after receiving a pass from Luke Sassano.  Then in the span of about 3 minutes, the Rangers made it 3-0.  In the 39th, Teal Bunbury scored to make it 2-0.  Then 3 minutes later, in the 42nd, Bunbury got a brace after being played in by Konrad Warzycha. 

The second half saw the game get physical like the first team game did last night, with 7 yellows, including two ejections.  Daniel Paladini got a second yellow in the 61st minute.  The reserves only got 5 minutes with a man up as Paulo Nagamura picked up 2 yellows in the span of 2 minutes and was sent off as well.  A 79th minute goal from Orr Barouch was not enough as the Rangers took the 3-1 win.

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