Here’s a look at all 11 Second Round matches from Tuesday
A visiting MLS Next Pro St. Louis CITY 2 team imposed itself with a goal in each half to knock hosts and USL Championship side Indy Eleven out of the US Open Cup
While Lilley’s Hounds struggled to create many scoring opportunities for much of its Third Round Open Cup match against USL Championship foe Indy Eleven, all they needed was one opportunistic moment to pull out a 1-0 win at Highmark Stadium on Wednesday night.
Indy Eleven finally broke through the slump as Thomas Enevoldsen’s lone goal in the second half propelled a 10-man Indy Eleven squad past USL League One side Lansing Ignite FC, 1-0 in front of a crowd of 853 at Butler University’s Sellick Bowl.
A crowd of around 900 witnessed what could arguably be the biggest win in Brilla’s history.
The Michigan Bucks skated by the NASL’s Indy Eleven, 1-0, in Wednesday’s U.S. Open Cup clash behind some stellar defense and a strike from University of Michigan star Francis Atuahene.
The NASL Spring Champions gave the Fire all they could handle
The Eleven will now advance to play the Chicago Fire of the MLS in the next round.
With a late start due to the sky unleashing watery hell on Indianapolis’ Carroll Stadium, another USL-NASL matchup ended in dramatic fashion as Louisville City FC scored a pair of goals in added extra time to upset Indy Eleven, 2-0.
After finding themselves down to nine players, the Columbus Crew found a way to hold off the upset bid from their NASL foe, the Indy Eleven, with a converted penalty late in extra time.