The Missouri Comets now own the longest winning streak in Kansas City pro indoor soccer history.
The Comets remained undefeated in 19 matches this season with a 21-4 rout of the Tulsa Revolution on Saturday at the Independence Events Center.
The 19-game winning streak breaks the record of 18 games set by the Kansas City Attack in the 1995-96 NPSL season. The Royals’ record is 16 in 1977 and the Chiefs’ is nine in 2003.
Leo Gibson had four goals and five assists for the Comets.
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The Comets are one victory away from finishing with a perfect regular-season record in the inaugural Major Arena Soccer League season. They will play host to Tacoma on Feb. 22 at 3 p.m.