Monday, March 21, 2016

S.A.S. Monday After Stats

At 34 years, 133 days, Brad Davis became the oldest player to score their first goal for Sporting KC, topping the old record of 33 years, 256 days set by Claudio Lopez.

Overall, Davis is the third oldest player to score a goal for KC, behind Lopez, Mo Johnston, and Preki, knocking Claudio Bieler off the top 20 list for league play, and Benny Feilhaber off the list in all competitions.

The red card to Roger Espinoza was his fifth red card for KC in league play in his career, tying Nick Garcia for the most red cards in KC's history.

It was his sixth in all competitions breaking his tie with Davy Arnaud for second on that list, he still trails Nick Garcia by one there.

Espinoza started his 129th game in all competitions for KC, tying him with Aurelien Collin for 19th all time on that list.

In the sixth minute, Matt Besler passed Chris Klein and moved into sixth place for minutes played in all competitions for KC, he finished the game with 19,522 minutes played.

Chance Myers made his 165th appearance for KC in all competitions, tying him with Josh Wolff for 13th all time on that list.

Myers started his 135th game in all competitions for KC, tying him with Diego Gutierrez for 17th all time on that list.

Myers started his 111th in league play for KC, breaking his tie with Jose Burciaga for 18th on that list.

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