Previously, on The Full 90’s year-end recap on the most memorable soccer moments in Kansas City: The team trades in an old name for a new one and does the same thing with their stadium.
You can also read parts one and two of this list.
Let's not waste anytime, you have to know what two are left to discuss. So, let's discuss.
2. Landon Donovan's goal against Algeria
Quite simply one of the most stunning goals ever scored by an American. I'll just let the videos carry this entry.
The video with Ian Darke's brilliant "Go Go USA" call:
The scene throughout the States was memorable (this video
captures every reaction possible), but I’ll always get goosebumps when I see this video of fans reacting at the Power and Light District:
It just shows me that, while there may not be thousands of thousands of Sporting Kansas City fans in this city, there are thousands and thousands of soccer fans in Kansas City. If the sport (even if its just every four years for the World Cup) can gain traction in this country, the league has room to grow.
(This is where I watched the goal , at Johnny’s Tavern in the P)