Bezecourt vs. HFD

Match Recap: NYRB II Extend Their Unbeaten Streak to Eight at Hartford

Post-Match Recap: Hartford Athletic 1, New York Red Bulls 5

2019 USL Regular Season Match Game 23

Saturday, August 10, 2019 – 1:00 p.m. ET

Dillon Stadium|  Hartford, CT

 

Scoring Summary:

HFD- Sebastian Dalgaard (Barrera) 21’

NY- Sebastian Elney 4 (Bezecourt) 64’

NY- Sean Nealis 3 (Lema) 75’

NY- Vincent Bezecourt 3 (Stroud) 81’

NY- Jared Stroud 10 (Loebe) 82’

NY- Janos Loebe 1

Discipline Summary:

HFD- Logan Gdula (caution) 20’

HFD- Raymond Lee (ejection) 53’

HFD- Alex Davey (ejection) 53’

HFD- Alex Dixon (caution) 67’

New York Red Bulls II: Evan Louro; Kyle Duncan, Jordan Scarlett, Sean Nealis, Edgardo Rito (Ben Mines 58’); Jean-Christophe Koffi, Chris Lema (Bryce Lebel 84’), Vincent Bezecourt (Sal Esposito 86’); Janos Loebe, Sebastian Elney, Jared Stroud

TOTAL SHOTS: 32 ; SHOTS ON GOAL: 11; FOULS: 13 ; OFFSIDE: 0; CORNER KICKS: 15; SAVES: 2

Hartford Athletic : Frederik Due; Logan Gdula, Raymond Lee, Sem De Wit, Alex Davey; Harry Swartz, Danny Barrera, Ryan Williams (Daniel Bedoya 80’), Nicky Downs; Sebastian Dalgaard (Kyle Curinga  76’), Alex Dixon (Wojciech Wojcik 76’)

 

TOTAL SHOTS: 6; SHOTS ON GOAL: 3; FOULS: 13; OFFSIDE: 3; CORNER KICKS: 2; SAVES: 6

  • New York Red Bulls II (14-4-5, 47 points) topped Hartford Athletic (4-17-4, 16 points) 5-1, at Dillon Stadium to extend their unbeaten streak to eight games.
  • Hartford Athletic would strike first in the 31st minute, when Sebastian Dalgaard took a shot from way outside the eighteen.
  • Sebastian Elney would level the match in the 64th minute off a pass from Vincent Bezecourt, it was Elney’s third goal in two matches.
  • Chris Lema would record his fourth assist of the year, when he found Sean Nealis in the box and the defender headed home his third goal of the season.
  • Jared Stroud would get his eight assist of the season, when he found Bezecourt in the box. Stroud would score the fourth goal of the match and his team-tying 10th goal of the year.
  • Finally, rookie defender Janos Loebe would score his first professional goal with a rocket of a free-kick.
  • The team will be back in action on August 14, when they host Pittsburgh River hounds SC at MSU Soccer Park, with kick-off set for 7 p.m. ET.

 

Topics: