Thursday, July 02, 2015

S.A.S. Thursday After Stats

Here is the Dom Dwyer dominated Thursday after stats.

First time KC has scored 6 goals in a game since a 6-1 win over the Des Moines Menace on August 3 of 2005.

Dom Dwyer's hattrick was the first by KC since 10/23/2010 when Birahim Diop scored 3 in a 4-1 win over San Jose.

It's the first non-league hattrick in KC's history.

It's also the first time a player has scored 4 goals in a game for KC.

Dwyer joins Preki, Chris Brown, Matt McKeon, Claudio Bieler, and Francisco Gomez as players that have scored a league, playoff, Open Cup, and international goal for KC.

The 4 goals is a record for a single US Open Cup run for KC.

Dwyer's 4 goals gives him 22 at home in all competitions, tying him with Josh Wolff and Mo Johnston for the 5th most in team history.

Dwyer's 4 goals put him in a tie with Soony Saad for third for goals in the US Open Cup proper for KC.

It also ties him for fourth with Saad and Ryan Pore for goals scored in all levels of the US Open Cup (including qualifiers).

Dwyer's third goal was his 9th game winner in all competitions for KC, tying him with Miklos Molnar, CJ Sapong, and Graham Zusi for 6th on that list.

Benny Feilhaber's 3 assists give him 29 for his KC career, moving him past Mark Chung and into sole possession of 7th place on that list.

Roger Espinoza moved past both Chance Myers and Seth Sinovic into 4th place for the most minutes played in the US Open Cup proper, he finished with 815 minutes played in the tournament proper.

Espinoza made his 121st start in all competitions for KC, tying him with Myers for 20th on that list.

Matt Besler moved up to 6th place for minutes played in the US Open Cup proper.

Besler made his 12th appearance across all versions of the USOC, moving him into a tie with Sapong, Davy Arnaud, and Chance Myers for 4th on that list.

Besler made his 10th start in all versions of the USOC, tying him with Eric Kronberg for 4th on that list.

It was the 10th appearance in the Open Cup proper for Besler and Jacob Peterson, tying them with Sapong and Chris Klein for 4th on that list.

Peterson made his 50th start in all competitions for KC, he's the 54th player to hit that mark for KC.

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