Once again, Puerto Rico FC were unable to hang on to a lead, and this time settled for a 2-2 on the road against the Carolina Railhawks, this past weekend.
— Puerto Rico FC (@PRFootballClub) August 14, 2016
— Puerto Rico FC (@PuertoRicoFC) August 14, 2016
Again they would concede a goal late into the match, which has been the biggest issue for me this season. With this most recent result, Puerto Rico FC now sit last in the standings in the fall season, with a record of 1 win 4 losses 4 ties, 7 points overall. All four of their ties have come in games where PRFC had a lead in the 2nd half but were unable to hang on for the wins.
They have conceded the third most goals with 15 in 9 matches. But one big positive is their leading scorer, Hector “Pito” Ramos, who is Puerto Rican, from Maunabo, leads the team with 6 goals in 9 matches.