Rochester, New York – Toronto FC II fell 2-1 at the hands of the Pittsburgh Riverhounds on Saturday evening.
The Riverhounds opened the scoring in the 12th minute when Neco Brett fired a shot past Caleb Patterson-Sewell. It was Brett’s fourth goal in just two games against TFC II.
TFC II had a chance to equalize as Ben Spencer fired a low shot towards goal but Hounds’ keeper Daniel Lynd was up to the task reaching down to deny Spencer.
Pittsburgh doubled their advantage in the 36th minute as Kevin Kerr finished off a good attacking move by the hounds.
The Reds pulled one back as Mariano Miño played a perfect ball in for substitute Shaan Hundal who redirected home his first goal of the 2018 season but it was just a little too late and Pittsburgh hung on for the victory.
Toronto FC II is back in action this Wednesday in a school day clash with Penn FC. Kickoff is set for 11:00 AM.