When European soccer clubs play MLS teams in friendly matches, both sides typically sit their stars and play with a little less intensity. No matter. Losing is never fun for fans of the home team. In an August friendly, Sporting Kansas City looked like it was headed for a 1-0 home loss to the English Premier League's Stoke City FC. In the second minute of stoppage time, Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic attempted to clear the ball from his penalty area. But Sporting defender Kyle Miller's head got in the way. Barely moving, the Kansan's noggin arced the ball over Begovic and into the net for a tie and his first career goal for Sporting. The match ended in a tie, thanks to the Rockhurst University grad, whom Sporting had signed in May. The goal hasn't earned Miller much more playing time in MLS action, but maybe it raised his profile among the coaches.