Real Salt Lake got an emotional lift in the 62nd minute as Javier Morales made his 2013 debut coming on for Gil. Morales had a chance to score on a breakaway shortly after coming on, but he was knocked down in the box, and appeals for a PK were ignored as the ref waived for Morales to get up.
“That wasn’t a dive for sure, I didn’t see him. I was watching the goalie to see where I wanted to finish it, and it was like a train coming from behind, and killed me,” said Morales.
After the match, Kreis raved about the work of his midfielders all game, a big reason RSL outshot Seattle 25-8, and 10-4 with shots on target.
Real Salt Lake looks to build on the momentum next Saturday when it travels to Colorado.
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