Debuting throughout the season on Sports Radio 810 WHB, the Sporting Kansas City Show is available on several podcast hubs including Spotify and iTunes as well as SportingKC.com. With Nate Bukaty, Aly Trost and Conall McCourt hosting the weekly program, Sporting fans have a place to go to catch up on club storylines, guest interviews and more.

The newest episode of the Sporting Kansas City Show Podcast debuted Tuesday night on Sports Radio 810 WHB as Aly Trost and Conall McCourt recapped a momentous 2-0 road win over the Galaxy that vaulted Manager Peter Vermes' men to the summit of the Supporters' Shield standings. Goalkeeper Tim Melia delivered a sterling performance with seven saves en route to the shutout, while forwards Johnny Russell and Khiry Shelton opened their 2021 scoring accounts in a Fourth of July battle that won't soon be forgotten.

In addition to breaking down the victory and assessing the current MLS landscape with Sporting topping the charts in points (26), wins (eight) and goals scored (24), Trost and McCourt welcomed MLSsoccer.com reporter Tom Bogert to the show. Bogert focused his lens on the upcoming 2021 Concacaf Gold Cup, which will see the United States Men's National Team play all three Group B matches at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City.

To make matters even more compelling for Sporting fans, 19-year-old midfielder Gianluca Busio has earned his highly anticipated call-up to the U.S. MNT for the prestigious tournament. Bogert discusses Busio's impressive development, how he fits into the national team and what the future may have in store for a player who has garnered attention from clubs across Europe.

Listen to the entire episode here.

Gold Cup doubleheaders featuring the U.S. MNT on July 11 and 15 will precede a mouthwatering tilt between the U.S. and Canada on July 18, making Kansas City the epicenter of the American soccer world for the next fortnight. Gold Cup tickets start at $45 via SeatGeek.com and three-day passes can be purchased for access to all five international matches at the world-class stadium.

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