Not 1, 2, or 3, but FC Cincinnati takes down NYRBII with four goals

FC Cincinnati came out rocking in front of a USL-record crowd of 30,417. Insanity. Not only did a record crowd show up, but FC Cincinnati let that crowd leave as happy as ever. They put up four goals, and even while giving up two at the same time, FCC never trailed in this game. 

At half, FCC entered the locker room up one goal, 2-1. The only thing that FCC could have taken away from the first half was their inability to possess the ball as much as the Red Bulls. For most of the second half, it was quiet too until Harrison Delbridge, FCC's Australian defender, came up left side and rocketed a beautiful goal in the back of the net. This goal has the potential to be a goal of the year candidate.
FCC then added another one with Kenney Walker's strike. Here is Walker's fantastic free kick goal.

FC Cincinnati left the crowd with a fantastic feeling as they jumped up to 6th on the USL's Eastern Conference table. FCC will be back in action of September 23 in Saint Louis. This was the team's home finale, and it still looks unlikely that they will be playing another meaningful home game in 2017.

That said, don't forget that the United States Women's National Team will be playing at Nippert Tuesday against New Zealand!