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Olmes Garcia 's shot in the 93rd minute was redirected by Sporting Kansas City defender Kevin Ellis, giving Real Salt Lake a stunning 2–1 victory on Sunday night.

June 22, 2015

SANDY, Utah (AP) — Olmes Garcia's shot in the 93rd minute was redirected by Sporting Kansas City defender Kevin Ellis, giving Real Salt Lake a stunning 2–1 victory on Sunday night.

Real Salt Lake (5-5-6) entered the game with just two wins in the last 11 matches and Sporting KC (6-3-6) had their eight-game unbeaten streak snapped.

Sebastian Jaime gave Real Salt Lake the early lead in the 15th minute with a header that glanced in off the bottom of the crossbar. It was the designated player's first MLS goal in nine career starts and finished Javier Morales' corner kick.

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Dom Dwyer tied it in the 30th minute, running behind Benny Feilhaber's pass for a right-footed finish from the middle of the box.

Dwyer nearly added another with a header in the 64th minute, but goalkeeper Nick Rimando's save proved crucial to the victory.

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