August 30, 2017 USL Toronto FC II--Toronto FC II vs Saint Louis FC game recap (from

Saint Louis FC Draws 1-1 at Toronto FC II

Posted: Aug 30, 2017
Toronto, Ont. – Saint Louis FC drew 1-1 with Toronto FC II in front of 647 at the Ontario Soccer Centre 
in Week 24 of the USL Regular Season.

Saint Louis FC opened the scoring in the 39th minute through Christian Volesky but Toronto FC II was able 
to equalize in the 93rd minute through Shaan Hundal.  The draw moves Saint Louis FC to 30 points on the 
season and keeps them in 11th place in the Eastern Conference.

The first half saw Saint Louis control the game with over 58% of the possession.  The first chance arrived 
in the 15th minute as Sebastian Dalgaard forced a diving save from Toronto goalkeeper Angelo Cavalluzzo.  
Toronto’s best chance of the evening came in the 24th minute as Jordan Hamilton had his shot blocked 
on the goal line by STLFC captain Ivan Mirkovic to keep it 0-0.  Saint Louis FC took the lead 
in the 39th minute after a great passing move which culminated in Austin Ledbetter putting a through ball 
behind the defense for Volesky to finish.  Toronto came close to equalizing just before halftime 
as Malik Johnson had a shot from the top of the box that was well saved by STLFC goalkeeper Devala Gorrick. 

The second half saw Toronto grow into the game and Gorrick was forced into a great save from a Ryan Telfer 
effort in the 47th minute.  Saint Louis FC sat back as they looked to see out the victory with some strong 
defensive work.  However, it would prove futile as Toronto leveled the score in stoppage time as substitute 
Hundal fired into the roof of the net to steal the point.  

Saint Louis FC at Ottawa Fury FC – September 3rd at 1:00 pm CT at TD Place
Toronto FC II vs. Rochester Rhinos – September 2nd at 6:30 pm CT at Ontario Soccer Centre

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