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Zachary Herivaux makes his USL debut

The MLS Homegrown played 90 minutes for San Antonio FC against Seattle Sounders 2.

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Zachary Herivaux made his USL debut on Tuesday, helping San Antonio FC collect a 3-2 win over Seattle Sounders 2.

Herivaux, who’s generally lined up as a defensive midfielder or center back, played 90 minutes on the right flank. Here, he put in an industrious shift on both sides of the ball.

Herivaux was given a yellow card in the 16th minute after stepping on Lorenzo Ramos. The foul was unintentional, as Herivaux arrived late to a loose ball.

The New England Revolution Homegrown received a few hard tackles of his own, including a two-footed lunge that drew a red card in the 90th minute. Azriel Gonzalez was the guilty party, as he committed a tackle that has no place in proper soccer. Herivaux seemed fine after the play.

San Antonio are currently atop the Western Conference standings, having gone unbeaten in six (five wins, one draw). SAFC return to action on Friday when they visit Portland Timbers 2.