Sporting Kansas Metropolis II fielded the next lineup: John Pulskamp; Lucas Rosa, Chris Rindov, Robert Voloder, Nati Clarke; Danny Flores, Felipe Hernandez, Ozzie Cisneros (Josh Coan 46′); Sebastian Cruz (Ethan Bryant 62′), Bakary Bagayoko (Pau Vidal 62′), Vitor Dias (Stephen Afrifa 78′). Substitutes not used had been Ethan Bandre, Robert Castellanos, Enzo Mauriz, Jahon Rad, and Cielo Tschantret.
MNUFC2 countered with Fred Emmings, Nick Richardson, Mikael Marques, Geremy Rodas, Devin Padelford; Kage Romanshyn Jr. (Rory O’Driscoll 83′), Zaydan Bello, Cedrik Gbo (Molik Khan 73′), Juan Mosquera, Loic Mesanvi (Diogo Pacheco 71′), Emmanuel Iwe. Substitute choices not utilized had been Alec Smir, Britton Fischer, Kameron Lacey, Will Pulisic, Alisa Randell, and CC Uche.
The primary purpose of the match was scored by Juan Mosquera of MIN, with an help from Kage Romanshyn Jr. within the thirty third minute. Emmanuel Iwe prolonged the lead for MIN within the forty fourth minute, with an help from Zaydan Bello. Nevertheless, Sporting Kansas Metropolis II managed to attain an personal purpose credited to Mikael Marques within the sixtieth minute. MIN’s Kage Romanshyn Jr. additional elevated their lead with a purpose within the 73rd minute, assisted by Diogo Pacheco. Ethan Bryant of SKC scored a purpose within the eighty fifth minute, assisted by Lucas Rosa.
There have been a number of yellow playing cards distributed all through the match. Cedrik Gbo of MIN obtained one for a reckless offense within the 54th minute, adopted by Chris Rindov of SKC within the 58th minute. Kage Romanshyn Jr. of MIN additionally obtained a yellow card for a reckless offense within the 81st minute. The ultimate yellow card was given to Molik Khan of MIN for a reckless offense within the 90+fifth minute.