Sporting Kansas City Gets Fluke Equalizer, Draws with Stoke City 1-1

When Sporting Kansas City started to schedule international friendlies with teams from the English Premier League, they probably expected they might lose one.

Three years in, they have yet to lose to one of their EPL opponents. In the latest installment, Sporting KC got a fluke equalizer from academy product Kyle Miller in the 92nd minute to pull out a 1-1 draw with Stoke City.

It was the second-latest goal scored in a match at Livestrong Sporting Park, behind Omar Bravo's 93rd-minute goal against Chivas USA on July 9, 2011.

Sporting KC's Teal Bunbury had the first scoring chance of the match when his shot from just outside the penalty area was deflected out for a corner in the fourth minute.

Five minutes later, Soony Saad's attempt from about the same distance was just wide of the left post.

Stoke City's first dangerous chance came in the 15th minute. Kenwyne Jones struck one from approximately 35 yards out that went just over the...

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