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Nashville Soccer Club Falls 1-0 to FC Cincinnati

March 25, 2023 - Major League Soccer (MLS) - Nashville SC News Release


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nashville Soccer Club conceded its first defeat of the season at GEODIS Park, falling to FC Cincinnati 1-0 on Saturday night in front of a crowd of 28,453.

Standing Strong: Despite the loss, Nashville SC's defense has only conceded two goals, the lowest total in the Eastern Conference this season. Goalkeeper Joe Willis made a season-high six saves tonight.

Milkman Delivering: Defender Jack Maher attempted 78 passes in this game, the highest total for a Nashville SC player in a match this season. Maher also led the team in touches with 87.

Chances Were There: Nashville SC created chances throughout the evening out-shooting FC Cincinnati 17-15 and having 11 more touches in the opponent's box. Nashville's 17 shots are its highest of the season.

Next Match: Nashville SC will visit Orlando City SC at Exploria Stadium at 6:30 p.m. CT on Saturday, April 1. The match will be televised on the MLS Season Pass on the Apple TV App, and available on radio at 104.5 The Zone.

Match Timeline CIN 48': Cincinnati's Brandon Vazquez jumps on a rebound after Nashville SC goalkeeper Joe Willis made an initial save on a Cincinnati shot attempt

Notes:

* Nashville SC:

* has recorded double digit shot total in three consecutive matches * has allowed just one goal at GEODIS Park this season * suffered its first loss and failed to score against FC Cincinnati for the first time in club history * completed 175 more passes than FC Cincinnati (493-318)

* Teal Bunbury made his 342nd career regular season appearance * Ján Greguš made his second consecutive appearance * Aníbal Godoy made his first appearance following an upper body injury suffered in Matchday 1 * Jack Maher led the Starting XI with a 92.3 passing accuracy * Dax McCarty made his 399th MLS regular season start * Hany Mukhtar led the team with five chances created * Fafà Picault led the team in shots with four * CJ Sapong made his first start of the season

Box Score: Nashville SC (2W-2L-1D, 7 pts.) vs. FC Cincinnati (3W-0L-2D, 11 pts.) March 25, 2023 - GEODIS Park

Final Score NSH: 0 CIN: 1

Scoring Summary CIN: Brandon Vazquez (unassisted) 48'

Discipline CIN: Obinna Nwobodo (caution) 21' CIN: Malik Pinto (caution) 45' NSH: Shaq Moore (caution) 56' NSH: Teal Bunbury (caution) 72' CIN: Matt Miazga (caution) 72' CIN: Alvaro Barreal (caution) 81'

Lineups: NSH Starters: Joe Willis; Dan Lovitz, Jack Maher, Walker Zimmerman (C), Shaq Moore; Dax McCarty (Aníbal Godoy 60'), Sean Davis (Ján Greguš 77'), Jacob Shaffelburg (Luke Haakenson 77'), Fafà Picault (Teal Bunbury 69'); Hany Mukhtar, CJ Sapong

Substitutes: Alex Muyl, Josh Bauer, Tah Brian Anunga, Elliot Panicco, Taylor Washington

CIN Starters: Roman Celentano; Nick Hagglund, Yerson Mosquera, Matt Miazga, Raymon Gaddis; Obinna Nwobodo, Luciano Acosta (C) (Dominique Badji 90'), Malik Pinto (Santiago Arias 64'); Brenner (Sergio Santos 76'), Brandon Vazquez, Alvaro Barreal (Alvas Powell 90')

Substitutes: Alec Kann, Joey Akpunonu, Quimi Ordonez, Ian Murphy, Bret Halsey

Referee: Ismir Pekmic AR1: Ian McKay AR2: Kevin Lock 4th Official: Sergei Boiko VAR: Daniel Radford AVAR: TJ Zablocki

Attendance: 28,453 Weather: Clear, 61 degrees


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