MLS Preview from The Sports Network (ET)
D.C. United (1-2-1) at Kansas City (2-1-2), 8:30 p.m. Sporting Kansas City will put its stout defensive form on the line when the club faces D.C. United at Sporting Park on Friday.
Kansas City, boasting a 2-1-2 record through its first five games of the season, has not conceded a goal since falling to Toronto FC by a 2-1 score on March 9.
The shutout streak reached 339 minutes following the club's 2-0 defeat of the Montreal Impact last time out, but goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen was quick to downplay its importance.
"That streak doesn't really matter," said Nielsen. "All that... read more
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