Rayo OKC Snatches Second Consecutive Road Win, Topping Jacksonville Armada FC 1-0

Robbie Findley's second-half strike proves to be the difference
NASL Staff | May 7, 2016

Photo Credit: Todd Drexler


Robbie Findley, a second-half substitute for Georgios Samaras, gave Rayo OKC the lead in the 70th minute at Community First Park. Michel struck a long, left-footed cross into the penalty area and Findley managed to squeeze in between the onrushing Jacksonville goalkeeper Miguel Gallardo and defender Tyler Ruthven to score the game's only goal.


Junior Sandoval of Jacksonville (1-1-3, 4 points) had the best chance of the first 20 minutes when he unleashed a hard right-footed shot that was pushed clear by Rayo OKC (2-1-2, 7) goalkeeper Daniel Fernandes. The Armada FC also came close when Matt Fondy headed off the post and Mechack Jérôme, who was named to Haiti’s provisional roster for Copa América Centenario, struck a frozen rope from distance that forced Fernandes to make a save.

Sandoval had another golden chance in the 63rd minute, getting a shot after a nifty one-two passing combination with Fondy. The hard shot was only inches off target. A late Jacksonville flurry in front of the Rayo OKC goal failed to pierce the defense.

Jacksonville lost its second game this week after dropping 1-0 decision to FC Edmonton last Wednesday.

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