The Seattle Reign extended its unbeaten streak to four matches after playing to a foul-filled scoreless tie against FC Kansas City on Saturday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Seattle Reign extended its unbeaten streak to four matches after playing to a foul-filled scoreless tie against FC Kansas City on Saturday.
The match featured four cards and oppressive summer heat at Swope Soccer Village. Seattle (3-3-4) has had a clean sheet in four straight matches, which extended its team record.
The Reign threatened with three corner kicks in the first seven minutes, but mustered little thereafter against FC Kansas City (2-4-4).
Up next, Reign FC returns to Memorial Stadium to face the Boston Breakers on Saturday at 7 p.m.
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