St. Louis City SC Beats San Jose 2-1

St. Louis City ended a 4-game winless streak with the help of Samuel Adeniran scored his first two MLS, just hours after being recalled from his loan to San Antonio FC from USL Championship. In their 2-1 victory on the road against the San Jose Earthquakes, it was the first since they beat Real Salt Lake back in March and in doing so have swept the season against the Earthquakes.

Adeniran played hero when he scored the first goal of the match in the 41st minute to give City SC a 1-0. San Jose’s, Jamiro Monteiro tied the game at 1-1 on the 47th minute but Adeniran put City SC on top 2-1 by converting a penalty kick in the 58th minute. The Earthquakes nearly got a goal in the closing minutes of the match but goalie Roman Bürki’ saved a potential game tying goal on the last play of the match to preserve the victory for City SC.

Adeniran played the hero of the match, in place of star team players João Klauss and Eduard Lowën out injured for extended periods of time and kept his team on top of the Western Conference. Goalie Roman Bürki ultimately ended the night with eight saves, the third time season to achieve it and to lead the league with 76 saves this season. City SC will play host against the Colorado Rapids, Saturday at 7:30

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