Press: City Rocked by Dynamite
by Winnipeg Fury
City rocked by Dynamite
Free Press staff
JOLIETTE, Que. -- Two goals inside a minute by Jose Guerra spurred the Montreal Dynamite to a 3-0 Canadian Professional Soccer League win over London City yesterday.
Guerra opened the scoring in the 78th minute, converting in a goalmouth scramble after three City players tried -- and failed -- to clear the ball away. Guerra then connected on a 20-yarder a minute later, and Karl Stephen rounded out the scoring three minutes into injury time on a 15-yard chip.
"We played well enough for the point," said City general manager Harry Gauss. "We've been on the road since 6:45 this morning, so we're pretty tired."
Gauss wasn't overly keen on the officiating either.
"It was atrocious. You need the officiating to be at par to play the defensive game we tried to play today, and it wasn't."
City is in Ottawa today to play the Wizards at 4 p.m. and returns home Friday to play Glen Shields at Cove Road Field at 8:38 p.m.
"Back to CPSL menu">