FC Cincinnati come up short against New England
FC Cincinnati fell to the New England Revolution, 0-1, at TQL Stadium.
New England Revolution (5-1-2, 17 pts.) capitalized off a free kick and were able to break the deadlock in the 70th minute. New England’s Carles Gil swung in a cross, and Adam Buksa connected with a header to give the away team the lead. FC Cincinnati (1-4-1, 4 pts.) pushed forward and had various opportunities to find the back of the net.
Brenner ripped a shot from outside the penalty box, but the ball grazed over the crossbar. The most notable chance for the Orange and Blue came in the 82nd minute. Alvaro Barreal found Brandon Vazquez, whose right footed shot forced New England’s Matt Turner to make a save.
FC Cincinnati is heading into a break and will not return to action until Saturday, June 19 when the club hosts Colorado Rapids at TQL Stadium.