CAPITAL CITY FC ON UNBEATEN STREAK WHILE MONTREAL ACADEMY DOWN YORK REGION SHOOTERS 3-1 SATURDAY.. Windsor battle London City to scoreless tie
Capital City FC are on a 4-game unbeaten streak with the 4-1 defeat of TFC Academy at the Terry Fox Facility in Ottawa Saturday and in two other games Montreal Impact Academy, playing with 10 men most of the second half scored a 3-1 victory over York Region Shooters. In a southwestern Ontario clash, London City visited Windsor to hold the Stars to a scoreless tie before a good crowd at Windsor Stadium.
TFC striker Stefan Vukovic tied the game 1-1, scoring from the penalty spot after he was brought down in the box at 24 minutes, but Akil DeFreitas of Capital City put his side up 2-1 just four minutes later.
The Ottawa side’s William Beauge made it 3-1 just before the interval and there was one goal in the second half when Casey Condray headed home after the ball came off the crossbar – it all came from a corner kick at 58 minutes – the final score 4-1.
Forward Victor Ndiaye opened the scoring at the 17th minute mark for
Academy defender Kai Morton was ejected from the game on receiving a second caution at 58 minutes, but the 10-men home side continued to press, resulting in a goal at 69 minutes by midfielder Alessandro Riggi, a 2-1 lead for
York Region Shooters lost midfielder Nicolas Martinez when he was shown a red card at 90 minutes and Riggi struck his second goal to make it 3-1 for
Windsor Stars and
It was an even contest throughout with both teams missing chances to take the lead –
There were seven games played in the CSL Second Division Saturday:
KW United 1,
Serbian White Eagles B 3,
TFC Academy II 2, Prospect FC 1