SANDY, Utah -- Albert Rusnak scored a goal and assisted on another from Aaron Maund to help Real Salt Lake snap a four-match losing streak with a 2-1 victory over New York City FC on Wednesday night.
RSL (3-7-2) had been outscored 13-1 by its previous four opponents before holding NYCFC to a single goal. Sean Okoli provided the lone strike for New York. NYCFC (5-4-2) saw its three-match unbeaten streak come to an end.
New York opened the scoring on Okoli's goal in the 4th minute. Okoli nabbed the ball on a takeaway and dribbled midway into the box before firing off a shot. He threaded the ball inside the left post for his first career MLS goal.
It marked the 11th goal RSL has conceded in the first 30 minutes of a match this season. That is the most goals conceded in that stretch of any MLS team.
Rusnak equalized for Salt Lake in the 38th minute. He latched onto a pass from Jefferson Savarino and quickly unleashed a shot outside the top of the box. The ball flew through goalkeeper Sean Johnson's outstretched arms and curved inside the right post.
The goal from Rusnak snapped a 329-minute scoreless drought for Salt Lake.
RSL finally took a 2-1 lead on a header from Maund off a corner kick from Rusnak in the 51st minute. It marked the first lead for the club in a match since April 15th. Salt Lake narrowly missed tacking on a third goal a minute later when a bicycle kick from Luis Silva bounced wide of the post by only an inch.
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