Colorado Rapids have 2 goals called as home opener finishes scoreless1 min read
COMMERCE CITY — The net bulged twice Saturday night, but the scoreboard after 90 minutes still read zeroes.
The Colorado Rapids looked dangerous at times throughout the home opener at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park against Western Conference foe Sporting Kansas City, but neither team was able to find a winner as it finished honors even at 0-0.
The Rapids got off to a promising start through 18-year-old Darren Yapi, who was played in on goal in the opening two minutes, but SKC goalkeeper John Pulskamp made a brilliant save to keep it even.
In the 13th minute Yapi thought he scored his first-career goal as a Burgundy Boy when he crashed the box on a rebound with Sam Nicholson in the box, but after Video Assistant Referee (VAR) stepped in, it was clear Yapi was at least a few steps…
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