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Sporting Kansas City


Sporting Kansas City

0–0 Newcastle United Kansas City, Kansas  
19:30 CDT Espinoza Booked 31'
Joseph Booked 78'
Report Tiote Booked 38' Stadium: Livestrong Sporting Park
Attendance: 16,131


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