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Loudoun United FC Win 2-1 against New York Red Bulls II

August 12, 2020 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - D.C. United News Release

New York Red Bulls II vs. Loudoun United FC

2020 USL Regular Season - Match 4

August 12, 2020 - 7:00 p.m. ET

Attendance: N/A

Player Notes

Ku-Dupietro scored his first career professional goal in first half stoppage time (45'+4').

Kairou Amoustapha recorded his first assist for the Red-and-White on Ku-Dupietro's stoppage time goal.

Elvish Amoh scored a penalty in the 65th minute; his third goal in three consecutive games.

Josh Fawole came on as a 56th-minute substitute to make his first appearance since March 8.

Match Notes

Loudoun United FC recorded their first win of the 2020 USL season.

The Red-and-White are now 1-2-1 in the 2020 USL Championship regular season


This was the third time the Red-and-White have faced the New York Red Bulls II in the USL Championship regular season.

The Red-and-White are now 3-0-0 against Red Bulls II in club history; scoring 12 goals in the three matches.

Loudoun United FC starting lineup:

Starting XI: Colin Miller; Jacob Greene, Shane Weidt, Timmy Mehl, Alexon Saravia; Elvish Amoh (Jeremy Garay 66'), Nelson Martinez; Michael Gamble (Massimo Ferrin 55'), Ted Ku-DiPietro (Brandon Williamson 56'), Kairou Amoustapha (Peabo Doue 83'); Alioune Ndor (Josh Fawole 56')

Unused Substitutes: Lorenzo Gordon, Adam Lundegard

Head Coach: Ryan Martin

New York Red Bulls II starting lineup:

Starting XI: Wallis Lapsley, Edgardo Rito Cuero, Joe Fala (Samad Bounthong 74'), Preston Kilwien, John Talkin (Boima Cummins 73'), Chris Lema, Daniel Edelman, Dantouma Toure, Caden Clark (Jake LaCava 60'), Sebastian Elney (Barry Sharifi 60'), Cherif Dieye (Alex Bobocea 17')

Unused Substitutes: Tapiwa Shumba, Deri Corfe

Head Coach: John Wolyniec

Referee: Kevin Broadley

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