Sporting Kansas City 0, Toronto FC 0

Sporting Kansas City wrapped up a 10-game road trip by taking

points from Toronto FC with a 0-0 tie Saturday night.

Sporting KC has been away from home while its new stadium is

built. The club will open Livestrong Sporting Park on Thursday

night against the Chicago Fire.

Toronto FC rebounded from a 6-2 loss at home to the Philadelphia

Union.

Maicon Santos had two nice chances on KC goalkeeper Eric

Kronberg in the first 15 minutes of the second half and substitute

Doneil Henry almost stole a winner in injury time with an accurate

header.

Sporting KC didn’t threaten much until Teal Bunbury right-footed

a shot from long range in the 70th. The Canadian-born Bunbury was

booed with every touch. The American citizen has chosen to play for

the United States instead of Canada.