CHESTER, Pa. (AP/CBS) — Jordi Quintilla scored the winner in the eighth round of penalty kicks, Tim Melia made two saves in the tiebreaker and Sporting Kansas City beat the Philadelphia Union on Wednesday night for their third U.S. Open Cup title.

Sporting KC won the shootout 7-6 after the teams played to a 1-1 tie.

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John McCarthy was brought into the game in goal at the very end of extra time after leadingPhiladelphia to two shootout wins in the tournament, but stopped only Krisztian Nemeth as the Unionlost the championship game at home for the second straight year.

Nemeth tied it in the 65th minute, tucking a curler past starting goalkeeper Andre Blake for his fourth goal in four U.S. Open Cup games.

Sebastien Le Toux opened the scoring in the 23rd minute when he ran onto a perfect long ball from fellow Frenchman Vincent Nogueira and beat Melia to the far post. Le Toux has 16 career goals in the competition.

Sporting Kansas City earned one of the United States’ four spots in the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League.

The Sons of Ben and the Union fans, despite the loss, created an electric atmosphere at PPL Park.

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