It's a rare occasion that a team scores a goal and allows no shots from their competition but still can only manage a draw, but that's the scenario that faced Sporting Kansas City against the New York Red Bulls on Sunday night. The Sporks and Red Bulls drew 1-1, with both goals coming from the same Kansas City player, leading scorer Kei Kamara.
Kamara's first goal was a vintage effort that saw him leap above the Red Bulls defense to win a very long header barely inside of the 18 yard box, one that he got more than enough on to see it loop into the back of the net in only the fourth minute of play.
Later in the second half, the Red Bulls struck lucky on a set piece as Kamara's attempt to head the ball away instead sent it into his own net.
Sporting KC is still tops in the Eastern Conference despite their draw over New York.