Sacramento Republic FC proceed their indomitable race to the 2022 US Open Cup closing with PK 5-4 win in opposition to Sporting Kansas Metropolis

Each groups transformed the primary two penalties earlier than Vitiello stopped William Agada’s shot, however the goalkeeper was judged out of his line and the kick was repeated with Agada buried his second try.

Luther Archimede stammered a go and scored for Sacramento to take him 3-3, and KC’s Felipe Hernandez adopted him with a simple objective to regain the 4-3 lead however obtained a yellow card for unsportsmanlike conduct (mockery) after the his soccer.

Foster went to the spot and calmly scored a Panenka-style objective earlier than making a backflip to have fun.

“I heard (the group gasp) however the factor is, I needed to present what we are able to do,” Foster mentioned.

With the rating tied 4-4, Vitiello acquired his timing proper and dove to his left to cease Graham Zusi’s try, making ready Lopez to attain the winner and ship a non-MLS crew to the Open Cup closing for the primary time in 14 years.

-LAMAR HUNT US OPEN CUP MATCH REPORT-

Sacramento Republic FC (Div. II USLC) vs. Sporting Kansas Metropolis (Div. I MLS) – Semi-final

July 27, 2022 – 7:30 pm PT – 86 levels, sunny

Coronary heart Well being Park; Sacramento, California (11,500 admissions – Offered out)

Rating abstract:

No one

PK:

SAC – Damià Viader (objective), Luis Felipe (objective), Luther Archimède (objective), Maalique Foster (objective), Rodrigo López (objective)

SKC – Johnny Russell (objective), Dániel Sallói (objective), William Agada (objective), Felipe Hernández (objective), Graham Zusi (saved)

Formations:

SAC: 31-Daniel Vitiello; 4-Lee Desmond, 24-Conor Donovan, 5-Dan Casey, 3-Damià Viader; 20-Matt LaGrassa (19-Nick Ross, 69), 8-Rodrigo López (C), 96-Luis Felipe, 2-Jack Gurr (12-Ferrety Sousa, 90), 7-Keko Gontán (99-Maalique Foster, 69 ); 42-Douglas Martínez (17-Luther Archimède, 118)

Unused substitutes: 1-Carlos Saldaña, 14-Duke Lacroix, 34-Rafael Jauregui

Head coach: Mark Briggs

SKC: 1-John Pulskamp; 2-Ben Sweat (18-Logan Ndembe, 116), 3-Andreu Fontàs, 5-Nicolas Isimat-Mirin, 8-Graham Zusi; 26-Erik Thommy (21- Felipe Hernández, 83), 54-Rémi Walter, 15-Roger Espinoza, 20-Dániel Sallói, 7-Johnny Russell (C), 11-Khiry Shelton (23-William Agada, 61)
Unused substitutes: 22-Kendall McIntosh, 4-Robert Voloder, 24-Kayden Pierre, 27-Marinos Tzionis

Head coach: Peter Vermes

Statistics abstract: SAC / SKC

Pictures: 13/31

Pictures heading in the right direction: 2/8

Save: 8/2

Nook kicks: 3/12

Fouls: 14/14

Offside: 1/2


Misconduct abstract
:

SKC – Ben Sweat (Consideration) thirty seventh minute

SAC – Luis Felipe (Catuion) 58

SAC – Nick Ross (Consideration) 94

SKC – Felipe Hernández (Consideration) 120+

Officers:

Referee: Allen Chapman

AR1 and a couple of: Ian Anderson, Tiffini Turpin

4th Officer: Brandon Stevis

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