Damir Kreilach


Game at a Glance: Damir Kreilach Does it Again

Real Salt Lake (2-1-3, 9 points); Minnesota United (2-4-2, 6 points) Man of the Match: Throughout the match much of the play came from the two outside backs, both defensively and offensively. Homegrown rightback Aaron Herrera made three tackles, three interceptions and one block while also assisting on the team’s lone goal.
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Damir Kreilach Taps In Goal To Give RSL Early Lead Over Minnesota

SANDY, Utah – Damir Kreilach got RSL off to a great start with an easy goal early in the match against Minnesota United FC on Saturday night. In the 13th minute, Aaron Herrera kicked the ball into the box when Damir Kreilach needed to just simply tap it into the goal to give RSL the 1-0 lead.

Damir Kreilach Levels Match For RSL With Late Second Half Goal

SANDY, Utah – Real Salt Lake forward/midfielder Damir Kreilach leveled the match with a goal late in the second half for RSL against FC Dallas. In the 86th minute, Damir Kreilach leveled the match at two with a header as the ball was played into the box by Aaron Herrera from the right hand side.

Player of the Match: Damir Kreilach shows his experience versus Nashville SC

Perhaps the most exciting thing that happened in this game was it being the club’s Pride Night and having rainbow numbers on the jerseys, but don’t let that understate Damir Kreilach’s night. Kreilach, and the defensive line that is. In a goalless match, one thing was key for Real Salt...

Damir Kreilach and Bobby Wood Come Full Circle

In soccer, a forward is only as good as the players beside them. Goals cannot be scored without someone to provide service, to draw defenders away, or even to just move the ball up field. And the chemistry between the attacking players takes time to build, months of getting to know one another and countless training sessions going through run after run.
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Damir Kreilach Does it for the Fans

An open computer sat atop a foldout table in a quiet room at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. The team’s backdrop, well-worn from the season, was cast to the side and the room normally flanked with reporters stood barren with the exception of the club’s videographer, a PR representative and Damir Kreilach.