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Nick Rimando Becomes First Player To Appear In 500 MLS Games

(Steve Griffin, Deseret News)

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Real Salt Lake will face the San Jose Earthquakes, which will give RSL goalkeeper Nick Rimando a big milestone.

He is the first player in Major League Soccer history to play in 500 MLS matches.

Rimando is in his 20th and final season of his career and 13 seasons with Real Salt Lake.

The 40-year-old is Major League Soccerโ€™s all-time leader in wins with 213, shutouts with 146, 497 games played, and 1,662 saves.

Rimando has won MLS Cup twice in his career, the first with D.C. United in 2004 and Real Salt Lake in 2009, earning MLS Cup MVP honors with RSL.

He was named to his eighth All-Star game on June 24th by MLS Commissioner Don Garber. The game will be played on July 31 in Orlando, Florida.

This season, Rimando has played in 14 games and has 35 saves on 22 goals allowed.

Rimando is the first goalkeeper in MLS history to reach 200 wins, achieving that milestone last season against D.C. United.

RSL Schedule
09/25/2019
Los Angeles
2
Real Salt Lake
1
09/29/2019
Houston
1
Real Salt Lake
2
10/06/2019
Real Salt Lake
1
Vancouver
0
10/19/2019
Portland
Real Salt Lake
Western Conf. Standings
W-L-T Pts.
Los Angeles FC
21-4-9 72
Seattle
16-10-8 56
Real Salt Lake
16-13-5 53
Minnesota
15-11-8 53
Los Angeles
16-15-3 51
Portland
14-13-7 49
FC Dallas
13-12-9 48
San Jose
13-16-5 44
Colorado
12-16-6 42
Houston
12-18-4 40
Sporting Kansas City
10-16-8 38
Vancouver
8-16-10 34