"We definitely can play a lot better but we did hold on, we did our job, we held a clean sheet, that was one of our goals and yeah it is in our own hands right now but the job's not done. We still have to win at home but yeah I mean Louisville is gonna come out strong. We just got to do our job," said Lewandowski after the match.
Lewandowski and Gotham FC Hold Their Own Fate
Gotham FC has one game remaining in their Eastern Division race for the NWSL Challenge Cup Championship berth. They welcome Racing Louisville FC, a team they've never faced before.
Kickoff is set for 12:30 ET on Sunday, May 2. The game is set to air on Paramount+ and tickets to the match are sold out.