PITTSBURGH — In what will go down as one of the most monumental moments in club history, the Pittsburgh Riverhounds, a second division club that has never won a trophy, took down MLS Columbus Crew, 1-0 to advance to the round of eight in the US Open Cup.
The largest crowd in Hounds history were all decked out in white and shouting from whistle to whistle to exhort the boys to victory. And those 6,107 fans all went home immensely happy.
“The fans played a big part,” said Head Coach Bob Lilley. “We were tiring in the second half … and the fans pulled us through.”
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