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Vermont Green FC Comes Close to Victory in US Open Cup, Prepares for USL2 Campaign

BySamantha Jones

Apr 4, 2024
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Vermont Green FC, based in Burlington, faced off against Carolina Core in the US Open Cup and came close to victory but ultimately fell short. In the first half, Vermont Green took a commanding 1-0 lead when Yaniv Bazini converted a penalty in the 28th minute. The team was able to hold onto this lead thanks to five crucial saves from goalkeeper Nathan Schnur.

However, Carolina Core fought back with a vengeance in the second half. Papa Ndoye scored a penalty to equalize the score at 1-1 in the 60th minute, followed by Joshua Rodriguez’s goal in the 70th minute. Despite having several opportunities to regain their lead, Vermont Green was unable to do so and ended up falling behind by one goal.

Following the game, head coach Adam Pfeifer expressed his gratitude for the support from fans and community members. While disappointed about their loss, he commended his team’s effort against a tough opponent and acknowledged that they faced many challenges throughout the match.

Vermont Green will now turn its attention towards its upcoming USL2 campaign which begins on May 18th against Boston City. The team will have some time to rest and recharge before taking on their next challenge as they prepare for another season of competitive soccer.

By Samantha Jones

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