Results and details of the Saturday June 6, 2015 League 1 Ontario game between Pro Stars FC
and Windsor Stars played at Victoria Park in Brampton at 8:00pm.
8 min…WS Stephen Ademolu GOAL…Ademolu receives a pass up middle sent in from 60 yards
at the 40 yard line and runs forward and with goalie out at 10 yards rolls 15 yarder into
left corner of net.
16 min…WS Stephen Ademolu GOAL…WS Brendan Woodfull 55 yard freekick is rolled forward
and right to WS Carlos Soares who crosses in from 40 yards on right near the sideline and
Ademolu charges forward and 8 yard header is flicked just under bar.
18 min…WS Stefan Milidrag GOAL…WS Michael Pio passes from 12 yards on left through
the 6 yard box and Milidrag all alone on right taps in 5 yarder.
37 min…WS Brett Holmberg GOAL…ProStars goalie Zacary Borzovoy’s clearance is partially
blocked. WS Stephen Ademolu at 30 yards passes over to WS Michael Pio and he runs on right
to 10 yards and rolls pass to Holmberg who taps in 3 yarder.
42 min…ProStars Thomas Winski GOAL…Winski blasts 30 yard freekick down middle just
under bar on right side.
44 min…Prostars win Penalty kick when PS Leaford Allen is pulled down by defender
on throw-in from left into box. WS goalie Kyle Vizirakis earns a Yellow card for
45 min…ProStars Thomas Winski GOAL…Winski’s low Penalty kick down middle is under
the sprawling goalie.
52 min…WS Brett Holmberg GOAL…WS Brendan Woodfull rushes on right and rolls pass
across at 12 yard line and charging Holmberg beats two defenders to tap in 6 yarder
from left post into net.
74 min…ProStars RED card…Leaford Allen is directly ejected for pulling down
WS Stephen Ademolu in box.
76 min…WS Stephen Ademolu GOAL…Ademolu blasts Penalty kick low into right corner
of net as goalie dives left.
78 min…WS (ProStars own) GOAL…WS Stephen Ademolu survives sliding tackle just
outside box on left and runs forward and takes 12 yard shot and PS Jevone Swaby
guarding left post shanks his clearance kick at 4 yards and ball
pops up into the top right corner of net.
83 min…ProStars RED card…Jordan Piccinin is directly ejected after pulling down
WS Brendan Woodfull in a CFL style football tackle from behind as he dribbled down
the middle just inside box. Referee Fabrizio Stasola also awarded a Penalty kick.
84 min…WS Brendan Woodfull takes low Penalty kick to the right that goalie smothers
near right post.
Final Score:……Pro Stars FC……..2……..Windsor Stars……..7……
Attendance was about 70 on this cool evening. The game ended and it still
Windsor Stars ripped open a 4-0 lead before 40 minutes on breaking through the
ProStars defence. ProStars did score twice just before the end of the first half
to make it close but I really didn’t think that they’d make a complete comeback.
ProStars lost 5-0 last weekend to Toronto FC Academy who hadn’t won up to that point
in the season. Today it was already 5-2 before ProStars lost a man (eventually
finishing with nine). Windsor proved for at least today that they were the only
team that deserved to be called ‘Stars’.
Best non-scoring chances (well almost every good chance was put away) were at 19 minutes
when ProStars Pawandeep Sandhu took a 45 yard freekick from the left that had
Nicholas Theobald charge forward and head from 12 yards that the goalie flew over
to catch on the right post. 40 minutes had WS Michael Pio rush down the right and
cross from 20 yards that has a flying Brett Homberg no quite able to fully redirect
header at 6 yards and sends the ball wide left of the post. 67 minutes had
WS Luis Cortes rush to tap a pass forward for Michael Pio to rolls 10 yard shot
that hit the left post and a defender cleared for a cornerkick.
Windsor Noah Pio subbed in for brother Michael Pio…strange that earlier today I’d
seen Jordan Stoddart replace brother Justin Stoddart on Sigma FC.
This game was played at Victoria Park Stadium in Brampton. I hadn’t been here
for at least two years since my CSL days. The stadium is almost finished with
its renovations. There are new stands (aluminum replacing wood) and dressing rooms
(not yet functioning so players still change inside the hockey rink). There’s a new
scoreboard (although it wasn’t operating). Biggest surprize was Ennio Perruzza
stepping in as the PA announcer. Ennio has called thousands of games (mostly for
the CSL) over the years and doesn’t really need a microphone with his booming voice.
He’ll be calling ProStars home games as well as keeping his foot in the CSL.
Only thing I didn’t like here tonight was the disorganization of having game sheets
for the media—quite a runaround for me but I finally got a copy on my way out.
Windsor’s record improves to 3 wins, 1 draw, 2 losses while ProStars fall to 0 wins,
2 draws, 4 losses. ProStars next home game isn’t until July 25th.