Louisville City FC and Pittsburgh play to a 2-2 tie

04/27/2016 11:46 PM

Louisville’s Conor Shanosky scored in the 84th minute, to tie the score, as Louisville and Pittsburgh played to a 2-2 draw. The game itself took some four hours to complete, thanks to numerous weather delays, as rain pelted Slugger Field for much of Thursday evening. Chandler Hoffman scored the other goal for Louisville, which gets a point for the tie.

The draw makes Louisville City’s record 4-1-1. The point keeps Louisville atop the Eastern Conference with 13 points, two better than New York. Pittsburgh remains winless at 0-2-1.

Louisville now starts a hard stretch where five of the next six games are on the road. It starts Sunday May 1st at 3pm, when Louisville City FC plays at Bethlehem Steel FC.


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