Vermes lauds Sporting Kansas City's mentality in 3-0 over Independiente wine

KANSAS CITY, Kan. Thursday's second match match, it takes nearly 80 minutes for Sporting Kansas City to finally find their breakthrough. Goals in the next 10 minutes.

The second annual team of the Champions League semifinals 4-2 on aggregate. And Sporting KC manager Peter Vermes felt his side.

“Probably about 10 were deserved,” Vermes said. “The great thing we have never stopped. It was a matter of finding the first goal. Their goalkeeper, he stood on his head today. He had a lot of great saves, played very well, and I thought he Made a great save on [Graham] Zusi´s free kick. A great moment in the game. It just felt it was inevitable. We were. T

It was Krisztian, a little bit of help from Hungarian compatriot, Botond Barath, who finally broke the deadlock.

“We practice set pieces,” he said. “Boti is really good with that, and it was a great member from him.”

Independiente's goalkeeper, Jose Guerra, saved from Felipe Gutierrez and Zusi. His play stymied for the whole game.

“I thought the guy was like [Gianlugi] Buffon or something, ”said they. “He did a great job for sure. Win this game. ”

Better, not better. T That's an area Sporting might have been able to handle just a couple of years ago.

“[Independiente] they were playing it, ”Vermes of Independiente's time-wasting tactics. 15-20 yards to pick up their member. It should be played that way.

“Then what’s great that the tables turned. Now we've got to be hurried up. Our guys were very intelligent.

Vermes the most. TPosmes the most. T

“The reason why you dont go on the good [those types of matches] that you give up, ”Vermes said. “We kept the right mentality. We are going. You can see the last minute. T Just come to mentality. ”

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