FC Kansas City stopped Reign FC’s unbeaten streak and put a serious dent into Seattle’s playoff hopes on Saturday, beating the Reign 2-0 at Verizon Wireless Field in Overland Park, Kan.
Lauren Holiday scored in the 39th minute with a 20-yard blast that beat Reign goalkeeper Hope Solo, and Erika Tymrak added another in the 86th minute.
The loss ended a six-game unbeaten streak for the Reign (4-10-3), which sits nine points out of the fourth and final playoff spot with five games left in the season.
The win was the first for FC Kansas City (8-4-5) in four games.
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.