Stroud Goal Lifts NYRB II To 1-0 Win Over Ottawa

New York Red Bulls II 1, Ottawa Fury FC 0

2018 USL Regular Season Match 27

Friday, August 31, 2018 – 7 p.m. ET

MSU Soccer Park | Montclair, New Jersey

Highlights and Opta Box Score

Scoring Summary: 

NY – Jared Stroud 5 (Jose Aguinaga) 9’

Discipline Summary:

OTT – Cristian Portilla (caution) 52’

OTT – Eddie Edward (ejection) 54’

New York Red Bulls II: Evan Louro; Ethan Kutler, Hassan Ndam, Kevin Politz, Allen Yanes, Chris Lema, Andrew Tinari (Niko De Vera, 90th minute), Jared Stroud, Steven Echeverria, Jose Aguinaga (Amando Moreno, 77th minute), Anatole Abang (Tom Barlow, 64th minute)

TOTAL SHOTS: 22; SHOTS ON GOAL: 6; FOULS: 12; OFFSIDE: 5; CORNER KICKS: 8; SAVES: 5

Ottawa Fury FC: Maxi Crepeau; Eddie Edward, David Edgar, Thomas Meilleur, Onua Obasi, Jeremy Lapare (Chris Mannella, 74th minute), Cristian Portilla, Kevin Oliveira, Carl Haworth, Adonijah Reid (Daniel Haber, 74th minute), Tony Taylor (Steevan Dos Santos, 84th minute)  

TOTAL SHOTS: 7; SHOTS ON GOAL: 1; FOULS: 9; OFFSIDE: 1; CORNER KICKS: 6; SAVES: 1

  • New York Red Bulls II (10-7-10, 40 points) defeated Ottawa Fury FC (10-13-5, 35 points), 1-0, at MSU Soccer Park Friday.
  • Academy player Jared Juleau was part of the NYRB II 18-man squad for the first time.
  • Jared Stroud tallied his fifth goal of the season in the ninth minute, assisted by Jose Aguinaga.
  • Aguinaga’s assist in Jared Stroud’s opening goal was his fifth of the season, his fourth in his last five matches played.
  • Ottawa’s Eddie Edward was given a straight red card in the 54th minute for a handball in the box denying a Stroud scoring opportunity. Anatole Abang’s penalty attempt would be saved on the ensuing attempt.
  • The win pushed NYRB II’s home record to 10-3-2, the best mark in the Eastern Conference.
  • The win marked NYRB II’s second clean sheet victory of the season.
  • Following Friday’s game, NYRB II will travel to Indianapolis, Indiana to face Indy Eleven at Lucas Oil Stadium on Wednesday, September 5th. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. ET. and can be seen live on ESPN+.
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