Pittsburgh Gets Better of Union II
Pittsburgh, Pa. - The Philadelphia Union II was on the road Saturday night falling to the Pittsburgh Riverhounds 2-1 . Raymond Lee scored the only goal in the first half for Pittsburgh in the 15th minute. Jack McGlynn scored a penalty in the 63rd minute to tie it up with Pittsburgh, making him the youngest Union II player to reach 5 goals in Union II history. A late stoppage time goal by Albert Dikwa gave Pittsburgh the win. The Union II finished the season in 4th place with a record of 2-11-3, scoring 20 goals and conceding 45.
Philadelphia Union II 1 - Pittsburgh Riverhounds 2
Highmark Stadium (Pittsburgh, PA.)
Saturday, October 3, 2020
TODAY'S MATCH INFO:
Referee: Austin Saini
Assistant Referee: Mike Nickerson, James Duling
4th Official: Stephen Milhoan
Weather: 57 degrees and clear
PIT - Raymond Lee (Mertz) 15'
PHI - Jack McGlynn (Penalty) 63'
PIT - Albert Dikwa (Forbes) 90+2'
PIT - Raymond Lee (caution) 37'
PHI - Cole Turner (caution) 43'
PIT - Skylar Thomas (caution) 61'
PIT - Steevan dos Santos (caution) 70'
PHI - Jack McGlynn (caution) 90+1'
Philadelphia Union II: Ben Martino, Nathan Harriel, Dante Huckaby, Brandan Craig, Anthony Sorenson, Jack de Vries (Zach Zandi 56'), Cole Turner, Jack McGlynn, Paxten Aaronson (Danny Flores 79'), Patrick Bohui ( Quinn Sullivan 88'), Caden Stafford (Axel Picazo 88')
Substitutes not used: Issa Rayyan, Benjamin Ofeimu, Mitchell Budler
Pittsburgh Riverhounds: Daniel Vitiello, Skylar Thomas, Thomas Vancaeyezeele, Patrick Bunk-Andersen, Ryan James, Daniel Griffin, Kenardo Forbes, Raymond Lee (Anthony Velarde 69'), Robbie Mertz, Steevan dos Santos, Ropapa Mensah (Albert Dikwa Lega 69')
Substitutes not used: Tony Walls, Tomas Gomez, Mark Forrest, Mark LindstrÃ¶m, Daniel Rovira
Jack McGlynn scored his 5th goal tonight, making him the 14th player in club history with 5 goals and the youngest player to reach 5 goals in a single Union II season.
Signed Union homegrown Paxten Aaronson made his 10th career start tonight for Union II.
Union homegrown Jack de Vries made his 5th career start with an appearance in the midfield.
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