- Cincinnati won by a single goal
- Improved their away run to nine games
- Fourth-longest streak in MLS history
WHAT HAPPENED? FC Cincinnati has now gone unbeaten on the road in their last nine games, the fourth-longest run in Major League Soccer history. Brandon Vazquez scored the only goal of the game to seal the win for the visitors.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: The club has now matched the run of the Portland Timbers in 2012 and can extend the run even further if they can tame the high-flying St Louis City in three weeks' time. The win also means Cincinnati are the only unbeaten team left in the Eastern Conference.
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WHAT NEXT? FC Cincinnati will have to wait to extend their unbeaten away run as they now play host to Inter Miami and Philadelphia Union at the TQL Stadium.
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