INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The Indy Eleven is still looking for the franchise’s first win after dropping a 4-2 decision to the Ottawa Fury FC Saturday night before a sellout crowd at Carroll Stadium.
The Fury took an early 1-nil lead on a goal by Tony Donatelli, but the Indy Eleven quickly responded when Mike Ambersley converted a penalty kick.
Ottawa regained the lead with two goals within two minutes by Omar Jarun and Donatelli.
Indy cut the lead in half before halftime on a goal by Ben Spencer, but Ottawa put the match away on a tap in by Oliver in the 68th minute.
Indy Eleven star Kleberson sat out the game with a hamstring injury.
The Eleven is now 0-4-2. They’re back in action next week at the unbeaten New York Cosmos.