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USL CHAMPIONSHIP: Detroit City FC delivers another come-from-behind win over Indy Eleven


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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Coming from behind to gain victories in becoming habitual for Detroit City FC this season.


The Le Rouge did it again Saturday night on hostile territory to give first-year head coach Danny Dichio his third win in as many starts in the 2024 campaign.


This time it was Maxi Rodriguez who came through with the late-game dramatic goal for Detroit City FC (3-0-0) to help his side reach nine points in the standings. Yazeed Matthews’ bending free kick from 25 yards out into the box went to Rodriguez, who leapt up to head home the game-winner just minutes from stoppage time.


Indy Eleven scored first in the 24th minute. Sebastian Guenzatti corralled a perfectly-slotted pass from Yones Boudaadi and his right-footed shot from the top center of the box curled into the bottom left webbing of the net.


The lead stood until the 55th minute of the second half. Rodriguez passed a ball through traffic to a sprinting Ali Coote, who slipped the ball past a sliding defender and a diving goalkeeper Yannik Oetti into the corner of the goal to knot the score at 1-1.


Detroit City FC outshot Indy 16-7, including 5-4 with shots on goal. Indy held a 6-3 advantage on cornerkicks.


Nate Steinwascher made three saves in the win, including key stops in the 47th minute and 85th minute to keep Indy from adding to its total. Oetti made three stops for Indy Eleven.


Le Rouge returns to Keyworth next weekend after this short one-game road trip, facing off against North Carolina FC on Saturday, April 6. Kickoff will be at 2 P.M. Tickets for that match and all other DCFC matches can be found at


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