CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Kacper Przybyłko scored two targets to guide the Chicago Hearth to a 3-2 victory over Charlotte FC on Saturday.
Yordy Reyna staked Charlotte to a 1-0 lead within the first minute of the match. The Hearth (8-10-6) answered with back-to-back targets from Przybylko and Federico Navarro three minutes aside to seize a 2-1 lead within the twenty fourth minute.
Charlotte (9-13-2) pulled even on Karol Swiderski’s purpose within the forty fifth minute.
The Hearth took the lead for good on a Przybylko’s second purpose within the 52nd minute — his team-leading fifth of the season. Xherdan Shaqiri had an help on the successful purpose because the Hearth improved to 4-0-1 of their final 5 matches to maneuver previous Charlotte within the standings.
Gabriel Slonina, the Addison native who can be leaving the Hearth after the season to hitch Chelsea of the Premier League, had three saves. Kristijan Kahlina stopped 5 pictures for Charlotte. The Hearth outshot Charlotte 14-12 with an 8-5 edge in pictures on purpose.