Post-Match Recap: New York Red Bulls II 2, Charlotte Independence 0
2019 USL Regular Season Match Game 28
Friday September 13, 2019 – 7:00 p.m. ET
MSU Soccer Park | Montclair, NJ
NY – Mathias Jørgensen 9 (Stroud) 15’
NY – Jared Stroud 13 (Lema) 83’
CLT – Enzo Martinez (Caution) 25’
CLT – Valentin Sabella (Caution) 37’
NY – Sean Nealis (Caution) 46’
CLT – Hugh Roberts (Caution) 55’
NY – Jordan Scarlett (Caution) 59’
CLT – Ricardo Bocanegra (Caution) 63’
CLT – Alex Martinez (Caution) 66’
New York Red Bulls II: Evan Louro, John Tolkin, Sean Nealis, Jordan Scarlett, Edgardo Rito, Jean-Christophe Koffi (Preston Kilwien 86’), Vincent Bezecourt (Kyle Zajec 74’), Ben Mines (Sebastian Elney 70’), Chris Lema, Jared Stroud, Mathias Jørgensen
TOTAL SHOTS: 21 SHOTS ON GOAL: 11 FOULS: 13 OFFSIDE: 1 CORNER KICKS: 3 SAVES: 3
Charlotte Independence: Brandon Miller, Brendan McDonough, Hugh Roberts, Steven Thicot (Abdoulie Mansally 82’), Clay Dimick, Ricardo Bocanegra (Dominic Oduro 82’), Alex Martinez, Afrim Taku, Jorge Herrera (Niki Jackson 74’), Valentin Sabella, Enzo Martinez
TOTAL SHOTS: 17 SHOTS ON GOAL: 3 FOULS: 14 OFFSIDE: 2 CORNER KICKS: 5 SAVES: 9
- New York Red Bulls II (17-6-5, 56 points) picked up a 2-0 win over the Charlotte Independence (5-13-11, 26 points) at MSU Soccer Park in Montclair, N.J. on Friday evening.
- Mathias Jørgensen opened the scoring in the 15th minute, slotting his ninth goal of the season into the back of the net.
- Midfielder Jared Stroud became the first player in NYRB II history to rack up 20 career goals and 20 assists at the club. Stroud scored his 13th goal of the season in the 83rd minute to seal the victory after he assisted the opener in the first half.
- Friday’s win was New York Red Bulls II’s 11th of the season at home, tying the all-time club record.
- Goalkeeper Evan Louro finished the night with three saves, recording his fifth clean sheet of the year.
- Chris Lema notched his seventh assist of 2019 by putting Stroud in position to score the second goal.
- New York Red Bulls II will embark on a two-game road trip with stops in Saint Louis and Louisville. They will battle Saint Louis FC on September 18th, with kick-off set for 8 p.m.