May 26, 2017 USL Toronto FC II--FC Cincinnati vs Toronto FC II game preview (from

USL Match Preview – #CINvTOR
By Staff, 05/26/17, 9:03AM EDT 

Cincinnati aims for first back-to-back wins this season

CINCINNATI – FC Cincinnati will look to pick up back-to-back victories in league play for 
the first time this season when it plays host to the Eastern Conference’s last-place 
Toronto FC II at Nippert Stadium. Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. ET.

Matchcenter: | Tickets: | Broadcast: WSTR (CIN)

FC Cincinnati news and notes

•Current record: 3-4-3, 12pts

•FC Cincinnati earned a 2-1 victory against Bethlehem Steel FC last Saturday in front 
of 18,441 fans at Nippert Stadium to break a five-game league winless streak.

•Danni König scored a pair of goals, his first for the club, to lead the victory. 
The Danish forward was named to the USL Team of the Week on Tuesday.

•Cincinnati sits fifth in the USL with 129 total shots this season, of which 44 have 
been on target.

•All 11 of Cincinnati’s goals in the league this season have come from inside the 
penalty area, with six arriving via headers.

Toronto FC II news and notes

•Current record: 1-5-4, 7pts

•Toronto saw its winless streak extend to nine games on Wednesday afternoon 
as it drew 0-0 with the Richmond Kickers at the Ontario Soccer Centre.

•The shutout was Toronto’s fifth of the season, as Mark Pais recorded his second 
shutout individually.

•TFC II will be without Anthony Osorio for Saturday’s game after he was sent off 
in the 60th minute against the Kickers.

•Toronto is sixth in the league with 4,062 attempted passes this season, one place 
ahead of FCC, and is averaging 303 completed passes per game.

Series Notes
•Cincinnati won both meetings between the clubs a season ago by a 2-1 score line.


•Cincinnati – 
GK: Mitch Hildebrandt, Dan Williams, Dallas Jaye; 
D: Matt Bahner, Tyler Polak, Harrison Delbridge, Pat McMahon, Austin Berry, Derek Luke, 
               Garrett Halfhill, Justin Hoyte, Mele Temguia; 
M: Aodhan Quinn, Kenney Walker, Paul Nicholson, Eric Stevenson, Aaron Walker, 
               Cristian Martinez, Corben Bone, Jimmy McLaughlin, Marco Dominguez;
F: Kadeem Dacres, Danny König, Omar Cummings, Daryl Fordyce, Andrew Wiedeman, 
               Victor Mansaray

•Toronto – 
GK: Angelo Cavalluzzo, Mark Pais, Brogan Engbers; 
D: Brandon Onkony, Brandon Aubrey, Oyvind Alseth, Robert Boskovic, Mitchell Taintor, 
               Jordan McCrary, Ashtone Morgan, Matthew Srbely; 
M: Marky Delgado, Malik Johnson, Sergio Camargo, Aidan Daniels, Luca Uccello, 
               Brian James, Liam Fraser, Tsubasa Endoh, Luis Pereira, Dante Campbell; 
F: Ryan Telfer, Ricardo John, Ben Spencer, Aikim Andrews, Shaan Hundal, Jordan Hamilton

•Cincinnati – Suspended: Djiby Fall
•Toronto – Suspended: Anthony Osorio

•AR1: Maggie Short
•AR2: Jeffrey Swartzel
•4TH: Matthew Fotia

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Twitter social handles
•FC Cincinnati – @FCCincinnati
•Toronto FC II – @TorontoFCII

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