Latest Game: Toronto Atomic FC vs Serbian White Eagles
Midfielder Terry Dunfield led Toronto Atomic with three goals to a 4-3 victory over Serbian White Eagles and Scarborough had an easy 4-0 win over Milton for two rare midweek games in the CSL First Division Wednesday night.
Defender Branislav Vukomanovic opened the scoring for Serbian White Eagles, finding the net past Toronto Atomic goalkeeper Ihor Vitiv at 9 minutes at Centennial Stadium in Etobicoke.
Terry Dunfield equalized for Atomic from the penalty spot following a foul in the box at 35 minutes and referee Havier Prior pointed to the spot again at 43 minutes for a similar infringement. Dunfield beat Serbian Eagles’ ‘keeper Goran Skaric a second time for a 2-1 Atomic lead and the score at halftime.
Serbian White Eagles equalized 2-2 at 69 minutes, a goal by midfielder Goran Svonja and this was followed by Dunfield’s third goal from a free kick that caught the top right corner from 25 yards to put the home side in front, 3-2. Dunfield completed the hat-trick with his 8th goal of the season.
Ihor Mihalevskyy increased the lead to 4-2 for Atomic, a free kick from 20 yards at 89 minutes and Serbian Eagles reduced the lead to 4-3, a goal by Luka Bojic at 95 minutes and just before the final whistle.
It was Atomic’s eighth win and final game of the regular season, finishing with an 8-7-6 WLT record for 30 points and presently tied for third place in the standings with Ukraine United. Serbian White Eagles are with a 8-9-3 record for 27 points and remain in fifth spot in the table with one regular season game remaining.
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