Cin 6 – San Jose 0: Orange and Blue rampant bag 6 at Nippert Stadium

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Cincinnati stunt San Jose 6-0 on Sunday at Nippert Stadium. Cin and San Jose currently occupy 5th and 12th spots in the table, with 42 points and 30 points respectively after 42 matches.

Cin started the match strongly, when Barreal opened the rout, 45 minutes in. Orange and Blue then scored once more and increased their lead thanks to a goal from Brenner just before half-time to see out the first half 2-0.

Cin continued to pile on the pressure in the second period and were rewarded, thanks to a goal from Acosta, 71 minutes in. The momentum was again with Cin, who then scored again courtesy of a goal from Kubo on the 78 minute mark to establish a 4-0 result. Orange and Blue looked to have the match under control when they scored again to grab the advantage, thanks to a effort from Brenner, 90 minutes in to establish a 5-0. However they weren’t finished yet and Brenner made it 6-0 just before the final whistle to give a final score of 6-0.

Substitutions for Cin included Kubo, Murphy, Matarrita, Santos and Badji for Acosta, Matt Miazga, Barreal, Vázquez and Moreno, respectively. San Jose brought on Salinas, Niko Tsakiris, Benjamin Kikanovic, Marie and Jack Skahan, to replace Espinoza, Ebobisse, Yueill, Thompson and Jamiro Monteiro.

There were bookings for Cameron and Brenner from Cin. For San Jose, Jamiro Monteiro and Nathan Pelae saw yellow.

Technical card:
Cincinnati:Roman Celentano, Cameron, Hagglund, Matt Miazga (Murphy, min.73), Powell, Barreal (Matarrita, min.78), Nwobodo, Moreno (Badji, min.83), Acosta (Kubo, min.73), Brenner and Vázquez (Santos, min.78)
San Jose:Jt Marcinkowski, Nathan Pelae, Rodrigues, Tanner Beason, Thompson (Marie, min.82), Yueill (Benjamin Kikanovic, min.73), Remedi, Jamiro Monteiro (Jack Skahan, min.82), Cowell, Espinoza (Salinas, min.72) and Ebobisse (Niko Tsakiris, min.73)
Stadium:Nippert Stadium
Goals:Barreal (1-0, min. 45), Brenner (2-0, min. 47), Acosta (3-0, min. 71), Kubo (4-0, min. 78), Brenner (5-0, min. 90) and Brenner (6-0, min. 95)