Toronto FC II 2, Nashville SC 0 (07.28.18)

July 28, 2018 — Marina Auto Stadium (Rochester, N.Y.)

Scoring Summary

TOR – Luca Uccello (penalty) 34′
TOR – Matthew Srbely (Shaan Hundal) 47′

Discipline Summary

NSC – Yellow Card – Liam Doyle (38′)
TOR – Yellow Card – Lars Eckenrode (41′)
NSC – Yellow Card – Kosuke Kimura (45’+1)
TOR – Yellow Card – Dante Campbell (51′)
TOR – Yellow Card – Luca Uccello (68′)




Caleb Patterson-Sewell C.J. Cochran
Tim Kübel Kosuke Kimura (Ropapa Mensah 60′)
Kyle Bjornethun Ryan James
Lars Eckenrode London Woodberry
Rocco Romeo Liam Doyle
Gideon Waja (Robert Boskovic 81′) Matt LaGrassa
Jordan Faria (Aidan Daniels 77′) Ismaila Jome (Alan Winn 56′)
Dante Campbell Bolu Akinyode
Matthew Srbely Taylor Washington
Luca Uccello Brandon Allen
Shaan Hundal (Malik Johnson 86′) Lebo Moloto (Tucker Hume 76′)

Nashville’s road woes continue with loss at Toronto FC II

(, 07.28.18)

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A multitude of travel difficulties and a third game in eight days made for tired legs for Nashville SC as it fell to previously winless Toronto FC II, 2-0.

90 in a nutshell

Nashville Appeared to have an early lead when Brandon Allen put one into the back of the net off a corner kick. Allen ended up being called offside and the goal was wiped off the board.

In the 34th minute, Nashville keeper C.J. Cochran came off his line to cut down the angle from a Toronto attack. When attempting to play the ball, Cochran committed a foul and Toronto was given a penalty. Luca Uccello converted and gave Toronto a 1-0 lead heading into the break.

Minutes into the second half, Toronto doubled its lead. A long throw-in led to Matthew Srbely working his way across the top of the 18-yard box, around the Nashville defense. Srbely placed his shot perfectly into the side netting to add an insurance tally.

Nashville used its subs to bring more offensive players into the game, but the scoring woes continued as it was shut out for the fourth time in five July games.

Watching the East

Even with the loss, other results went Nashville’s way, keeping Nashville in seventh in the Eastern Conference.

Up Next

Nashville SC will have a normal work week leading up to a big showdown at FC Cincinnati on August 4.