FC Cincinnati Defeats Toronto FC II 2-1| Post Match Recap & Highlights

FC Cincinnati was able to extend their already spectacular unbeaten streak to 9 after pulling out a 2-1 win over Toronto FC II. They did so in front of their third largest crowd of 19,112 just behind the Pittsburgh and Louisville matches.

Before the match started the Bailey stood in solidarity with Orlando, the LGBTQ community and paid respects to those who lost their lives last weekend.

Things started out rough for FC Cincinnati after Toronto FC II’s Raheem Edwards burned through Cincinanti’s defense and  struck early at the 3′ mark.

FC Cincinnati struggled to get an equalizer for the remainder of the first half. Things changed in the second half and FC Cincinnati came back strong. In the 61st minute Harrison Delbridge scored his first goal of the season with a beautiful header off of a perfect cross sent into the box by Jimmy McLaughlin. Delbridge is now the 10th player to score for FC Cincinnati this season.

FC Cincinnati sent a message no more than a minute later when Eric Stevenson scored his second goal of the season in the 62′ minute. There was some excellent team play with perfect passing to set this goal up.

Cincinnati held their 2-1 second half come back lead until the final whistle. Harrison Delbridge was voted tonight’s Man of the Match after his impressive performance.

Match Highlights

Full Time Stats

Post Match Press Conference

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