Indy Eleven Remains Unbeaten With Road Win Against Rayo OKC

Nemanja Vukovic scored the game-winner for Indy
NASL Staff | Apr 30, 2016

Photo credit: Rayo OKC

Nemanja Vukovic drew a foul, then incredibly scored on the tail end of the ensuing free kick as Indy Eleven came away with three points in a 2-1 victory over Rayo OKC.

The victory was the second straight for Indy, which is one of only two unbeaten teams in the NASL Spring Season, and puts Indy into a third-place tie (on points) with Tampa Bay pending the result of Sunday’s match between Carolina and New York.

Indy Eleven broke on top in the game’s seventh minute at Miller Stadium. Goalkeeper Jon Busch quickly launched a goal kick to Sinisa Ubiparipovic, who found Jair Reinoso with a lead pass over the top into the penalty area. Reinoso struck the ball off one bounce and powered his right-footed shot inside the far post and past Rayo OKC goalkeeper Daniel Fernandes.

Rayo OKC drew even in the 26th minute. Michel scored his third goal in three games when he struck a fantastic free kick from about 30 yards. His left-footed shot bounced and skipped past Busch inside the near goalpost.
Indy Eleven (2W-2D-0L, 8 points) returned from a week off following a late two-goal outburst to defeat the visiting New York Cosmos, 2-1. Rayo OKC (1-1-2, 4 points) was seeking its second straight victory after last week’s impressive 3-2 victory at the league’s other expansion team, Miami FC.

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