June 5, 2011 CSL--details of Sunday's games (from CSL website)

Sunday, June 05, 2011   

Mississauga Eagles FC trounced a depleted TFC Academy 5-1, Toronto Croatia scored an emphatic 4-0 victory over Brantford Galaxy and Montreal Impact 
Academy scored a decisive 3-0 win over Brampton City Utd, three games in the CSL First Division Sunday.

Mississauga Eagles dominated a TFC Academy team missing a number of regulars selected for the under-17 World Youth Cup roster and it showed in the 
first half when Mississauga had a decided edge despite the narrow 1-0 score at half time.

Forward Jose Melo scored that first goal at just five minutes into the game played at The Hershey Centre in Mississauga, but following the interval and 
a TFC goal by Omari Morris at 49 minutes, the home side struck four times for the 5-1 final score.

Goals came from Thierry Mangwa Batomen at 61 minutes, then midfielder Michael Krzeminsvi at 63 minutes and Dave Simpson just one minute later for 
a 4-1 lead at the 64th minute mark.

Tristan Scott scored the fifth for Mississauga, he beat TFC Academy goalkeeper Chad Bush for a 5-1 final. TFC Academy lost Stephen Almeida who was 
ejected at 58 minutes on receiving a second caution.

Toronto Croatia took a 1-0 lead immediately after the kickoff against Brantford Galaxy at Centennial Stadium when Tihomir Maletic scored at the one 
minute mark. Maletic scored a second from the penalty spot following a hand ball inside the box and it was 2-0 at half time.

Tommy Ples increased the lead for Toronto Croatia at 55 minutes for a 3-0 score and at 76 minutes referee Yusri Rudolf ordered a second penalty to the 
home team after Hugo Herrera was brought down inside the 18 yard line. Herrera took the penalty to make it 4-0, the final score.

Galaxy defender Raphael Goldemann was shown the red card for preventing an ‘obvious goalscoring opportunity’ on the play leading to Herrera’s 
penalty kick.

Wandrille Lefevre scored twice for Montreal Impact Academy in their 3-0 home victory over Brampton City Utd. He found the net at 36 and 52 minutes 
and Kevin Luarca added a third at 78 minutes for a 3-0 result.

Impact goalkeeper Maxime Crepeau saved a penalty kick during the second half.

The first mid-week game of the season will be played on Wednesday when York Region Shooters visit Club Roma for a game with St. Catharines Wolves. 
St. Catharines are 3 for 3 and will be looking to maintain their 100 per cent record.

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