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Loudoun winless streak hits eight in 4-2 loss

Three goals in 11 minutes was the deciding factor.

Courtesy Loudoun United

Loudoun United headed to Michigan to try and stop their winless streak and looked impressive early on, but some bad bounces in the first half cost them as Detroit City defeated the Red-and-White 4-2 in front of 5,256 at Keyworth Stadium, extending Loudoun’s winless streak to eight.

D.C. United had Jeremy Garay, Jacob Greene, Ted Ku-DiPietro and Hayden Sargis loaned down for this contest, with Garay the only one on the bench at the outset (Academy players Kristian Fletcher and Ignacio Alem were on the bench as well).

Loudoun had some decent chances at goal, the best being a Grant Lillard chance that deflected off Devon Amoo-Mensah (following an incisive run by Ku-DiPietro):

Lillard did eventually manage to connect, but it was at the end of an own goal following a cross from Antoine Hoppenot:

Hoppenot fed Pato Botello Paz on a cross which was blasted in for a 2-0 lead:

Shortly before halftime, Hoppenot struck again, finding Michael Bryant from a corner:

Following the half (and the pro debut of Fletcher), Rhys Williams found Maxi Rodriguez open in the Loudoun area for an early fourth:

Loudoun was able to pull one back when Greene and Michael Gamble combined play that eventually found Skage Simonsen for a goal:

Adding onto the action was Lillard getting his first goal for Loudoun:

The next game for Loudoun (2-7-1, 7 pts) is Sunday, May 22 at 4:00 pm when they host Memphis 901 FC.

Box Score

USL Championship Regular Season - Game 10

Detroit City FC 4 (Lillard (OG) 35, Botello Faz 39, Bryant 45+2, Rodriguez 53)
Loudoun United FC 2 (Simonsen 68, Lillard 90+2)

Detroit (3412): Nate Steinwashcer; Karl Ouimette, Stephen Carroll (C), Devon Amoo-Mensah; Rhys Williams, Maxi Rodriguez, Abdoulaye Diop, Deklan Wynne; Michael Bryant (Francis Atuahene 61); Pato Botello Faz (Macky Diop 61), Antoine Hoppenot (Bosh Tanyi 81)

Loudoun (343): Luis Zamudio; Rio Hope-Gund (C), Hayden Sargis (Kristian Fletcher 45), Grant Lillard; Jacob Greene, Houssou Landry (Jeremy Garay 56), Nicky Downs, Sami Guediri (Abdoul Zanne 80); Michael Gamble, Skage Simonsen (Ignacio Alem 80), Ted Ku-DiPietro

Detroit - Wynne 76, Amoo-Mensah 87
Loudoun - Hope-Gund 58