INDY ELEVEN

Yesterday’s 2-1 victory against Nashville SC is Indy Eleven’s first win at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Soony Saad’s scored Indy Eleven’s first two goal at Lucas Oil Stadium. His two goals against Nashville SC now leads the team.

Ayoze and Jack McInery become the third and fourth different player to record an assist for Indy Eleven this season.

Although he appeared in last week’s match in North Carolina, Brad Rusin started in his first Indy Eleven match against Nashville. He is the sixth player from Indiana to mak an appearance for Indy Eleven. Rusin joins A.J. Corrado, Chris Estridge, Daniel Keller, Dylan Mares, and Cory Miller.

NASHVILLE SC

Gary Smith is now 1-1-2 (W, L, D) all-time against Indy Eleven. Smith is 1-1-0 in Indianapolis. He previously coached the Atlanta Silverbacks in 2015.

Saturday’s 2-1 loss was the first time since March 17th Nashville gave up a goal.

Ropapa Mensah started in his first game of the season versus Indy Eleven. His goal at Lucas Oil Stadium is his second of the year and leads the team.

Lebo Moloto is the third Nashville SC player to record an assist this year.

Saturday wasn’t a washout for Nashville sports fans. The Predators beat the Avalanche 5-4 to take a 2-0 series lead in the first round of the NHL Playoffs.   

RECORD (W, L, D)

INDY

Overall 3-1-0

Home 1-1-0

Away 2-0-0

NASHVILLE

Overall 2-2-1

Home 1-0-1

Away 1-2-0

EASTERN CONFERENCE TABLE

Indy: 4th

Nashville: 7th

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