Chicago beat Boston Breakers and move Into 2nd spot NWSL
Sunday May 18th
FC Kansas City 2 – 2 Houston Dash
Lauren Holiday 2′ (FC Kansas City)
Jordan Jackson 20′ (Houston Dash)
Erika Tymrak 36′ (FC Kansas City)
Tiffany McCarty 78′ (Houston Dash)
FC Kansas City and Houston Dash shared the points with a 2 – 2 draw on Sunday evening in front of 1,483 fans at Verizon Wireless Field in Kansas City, Mo.
Boston Breakers 1 – 4 Chicago Red Stars
Michelle Wenino 23′ (Chicago Red Stars)
Heather O’Reilly 35′ (Boston Breakers)
Jen Hoy 50′ (Chicago Red Stars)
Lori Chalupny 57′ (Chicago Red Stars)
Zakiya Bywaters 85′ (Chicago Red Stars)
Chicago Red Stars found themselves level 1-1 with Boston heading into halftime after an unlucky handball call led to a Breakers penalty kick scored by Heather O’Reilly, but they would respond in the second half with a 3-goal barrage leading to a 4-1 victory on the road. With the win, the Red Stars complete a road game sweep of the Breakers, earning 6 road points in 4 days and sending them up to 2nd place in the league standings. Red Stars goals scored by Michelle Wenino, Jen Hoy (assist Adriana Leon), Lori Chalupny (assist Vanessa DiBernardo), and Zakiya Bywaters.
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