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Five standouts from RSL’s match against Inter Milan

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MLS: Real Salt Lake at San Jose Earthquakes Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

Jordan Allen - Allen got the starting nod against Milan and was in Javier Morales’ typical position driving the offense. He got RSL’s lone goal off of a deflected ball and had a quick reaction flick to score on one of the most storied clubs in the world.

Omar Holness - The rookie came on and was absolutely up to the task against Milan with a few good looks to score and being in the right spaces at the right times. Holness seems to be improving at a very fast rate.

Olmes Garcia - Garcia has struggled to make much of an impact this year, but he looked as good or better than any RSL player on the night coming very close to scoring a few times. He was using his speed to his advantage and was playing smart.

Andrew Brody - Brody caught many people by surprise with his confidence and ability to cut past defenders. The academy product stood out in the limited minutes he had.

Chris Schuler - Schuler made his return to RIo Tinto Stadium in a RSL jersey and we saw many of the things we saw when he was at his best in 2013. He was making fantastic steps to win balls and break up plays. Maybe most importantly, he did not look hesitant at all in sticky situations. Maybe he’ll be a mainstay for RSL once again sooner than later.