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Sporting Kansas City Defeats New England Revolution 3-0 In Physical Match [PHOTOS]

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Sporting Kansas City moved back into first place in the MLS Eastern Conference Saturday night after defeating New England Revolution 3-0 in a physical match that saw two players red carded.

Striker Kei Kamara scored the first two goals in front of a crowd of 19,988 before Benny Feilhaber scored the third goal in injury time.

For New England, players Dimitry Imbongo Boele and Andy Dorman were red carded for fouls while four other players received yellow cards.

Photo credit: Mark Shaiken

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