(Source: Louisville City FC)
After four matches in ten days, including Tuesday's thrilling extra-time loss in the U.S. Open Cup to the Chicago Fire, Louisville City FC (5-3-5, 20 points) fell at home to the New York Red Bulls II (5-5-4, 19 points) by the score 2-0. It was a third straight record crowd of 7,454 on Saturday to begin a crucial four match homestand at Louisville Slugger Field.The visitors found themselves on top in the early going due to a costly City turnover. New York's Konrad Plewa picked up the ball near the Louisville box after a poor giveaway by Conor Shanosky. Plewa was free to take a touch for the shot, which beat Louisville goalkeeper Scott Goodwin for the opening goal. It was the fastest goal that Louisville City has ever conceded and the first.