Winners & Losers
It was an absolutely massive victory for Real Salt Lake. Here’s who impressed.
You know who’s first on the list.
It was a match to forget.
Rusnak makes an appearance in the Winners column after a strong performance.
It wasn’t just the Damir Kreilach show, but he certainly led the charge.
It wasn’t good enough from RSL, who have now dropped seven points at home in just four matches.
RSL rescued a draw late thanks to Damir Kreilach’s head. What went wrong to put RSL in that situation, and what went right to see RSL walk away with a point? Here are winners and losers from the match.
It was a tremendous performance — if a little chaotic.
RSL and winning in MLS: Reunited and it feels so good.
Playoffs are dumb, so I guess it’s good we didn’t make it.
It’s a match to forget for so many.
There were good things tonight. Like goals. Two of ‘em.
It was another disappointing performance from Real Salt Lake.
Some good, some bad, which is pretty good for RSL these days.
It was a night to forget for Real Salt Lake — a feeling that’s become all too common.
Andrew Putna stole the show, but VAR came in a close second.
Albert Rusnak was really good. He wasn’t the only one.
The match went from bad, to worse, to the worst.
It was a fantastic performance from RSL to down a team that has vexed them since inception.
What a week it’s been. Let’s look at some winners and losers from tonight’s 2-2 draw.
It was, in a word, ridiculous.
It was a big win for Real Salt Lake, who struggled going in to the locker room at halftime.
Despite the loss, RSL progresses in MLS is Back.
Real Salt Lake managed a dangerous Colorado Rapids side with surprising ease.
As a defender it really pumps me up when I see a guy like Sebastian Jaime just running for lost causes, and winning balls and putting pressure on center backs. I know personally as a defender, it m...Tony Beltran, via RSL Communicat...