Major League Soccer announced on Wednesday that the MLS Disciplinary Committee has taken three actions following Sporting Kansas City's 1-1 draw against the Houston Dynamo on Saturday:
- Fined Sporting KC forward Dom Dwyer an undisclosed amount for embellishment in the 44th minute
- Fined Sporting KC midfielder Roger Espinoza an undisclosed amount in addition to issuing a one-game suspension for endangering the safety of an opponent in the 67th minute
- Found Sporting KC and the Houston Dynamo to be in violation of the Mass Confrontation Policy
Dwyer will also miss Sporting Kansas City's match on Saturday at Toronto FC (3 p.m. CT on SKCTV) while serving a mandatory one-game suspension for caution accumulation.
SUSPENSIONS: MLS Disciplinary Summary
The MLS Disciplinary Committee, which reviews all incidents that occur during regular season and MLS Cup Playoff games, exists to preserve the integrity and reputation of the game and Major League Soccer, and to assist in ensuring player safety. For more information, visit MLSsoccer.com.
Sporting KC has the fewest disciplinary points of all MLS teams in 2015, according to the most updated table on MLSsoccer.com, and are four-time winners of Major League Soccer's annual Fair Play Award.