Eddies Win Eighth Straight Home Game

Jake Keegan scored his fifth goal of the year
NASL Staff (@naslofficial} | Jul 31, 2016

Photo credit: FC Edmonton

FC Edmonton won its eighth consecutive home game of the year, defeating the Carolina RailHawks, 1-0, at Clarke Field on Sunday afternoon. The victory moved the Eddies into a first-place tie, on points, with New York. The Cosmos maintained their slim hold on the top spot in the Fall Season Standings on goal differential (plus-four to plus-three), but FC Edmonton has one game in hand.

Dustin Corea led a quick counterattack that ended with FC Edmonton (4W-1D-1L, 13 points) taking a 1-0 lead in the 66th minute. His pass to Tomi Ameobi got past a Carolina (2-1-3, 7) defender as the Eddies striker raced to the end line and crossed to Jake Keegan for the tap-in. It was Keegan’s fifth goal of the year.

The RailHawks were shutout for the second straight game on their two-match Canadian road trip.

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