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Megan Webb is the opinion section editor for RSL Soapbox and covers Real Salt Lake and Real Monarchs SLC.

Player of the match: Karate Kreilach strikes again against LAFC in 3-2 loss

Death, taxes and Damir Kreilach scoring in front of the 3252 to draw RSL level in a game

Player of the Match: Bobby Wood needs more minutes, Damir Kreilach deserves all of his minutes

Bobby Wood is Real Salt Lake’s third most productive forward, and the only one with fewer than 500 minutes to score more than one goal this season.

Player of the Match: Albert Rusnak strong offensively in RSL’s 3-2 loss to PTFC

For someone who has caught a lot of slack this year, Rusnak showed up against Portland and played his role as captain.

Player of the Match: Bobby Wood needs more minutes

Bobby Wood really would do well with more minutes.

Player of the Match: Maikel Chang proves his worth in 2-2 draw versus LA Galaxy

Maikel Chang is really good at soccer. Especially with his left foot.

Player of the Match: David Ochoa stands on his head despite 2-1 loss to LAFC

It looks weird to give a goalkeeper player of the game in a loss. But without Ochoa, that loss is 4-1 or worse.

Player of the Match: Damir Kreilach nets two over the Vancouver Whitecaps

We all secretly wished he had taken the penalty kick and got the hat trick, but a brace in a 4-0 win isn’t bad either.

Player of the Match: Corey Baird takes a dive in RSL’s 1-0 loss to LAFC

Let’s be honest, there wasn’t very many bright spots in that performance. RSL dropped points at home. But hey, at least we know Corey Baird is doing well.

Player of the Match: Maikel Chang dangerous in RSL’s 1-1 draw against the Houston Dynamo

He may not find his name on the score sheet, but Maikel Chang was consistently brilliant through his

Player of the Match: Defense shows strong despite 2-1 loss to Seattle Sounders

Yes it’s odd to give the defense player of the match in a 2-1 loss, but really, it could’ve and should’ve been worse.