Just when it looked that New York City FC was going to be punished by a goal blunder, Jack Harrison scored. Harrison’s 84th-minute goal that bounced past Sporting Kansas City goalkeeper Tim Melia erased earlier scoring woes as a starless NYCFC scratched out a 1-0 victory on a wet, droopy Wednesday night at Yankee Stadium....
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