CANADIAN SOCCER LEAGUE
AUGUST 7th, 2016, 18:30, ST. JOAN OF ARC STADIUM, MAPLE ON
FC UKRAINE UNITED - SCARBOROUGH SC 3 : 4
Scarborough SC jumped into second position in the First Division standings with a 4-3 victory over FC Ukraine United at the St. Joan of Arc Stadium in Maple, the only game played in the Canadian Soccer League Sunday night.
Scarborough forward Aleksander Stojiljkovic opened the scoring when he found the net past Ukraine United goalkeeper Nazar Lytvyn at eight minutes.
Five minutes later midfielder Serhiy Serheyev tied the game 1-1 for Ukraine United and at 19 minutes Ukraine took a 2-1 lead when Sergii Ivliev beat Scarborough goalkeeper Imad Hakura, for a 2-1 score at the break.
Scarborough midfielder Tihomir Kosturkov tied the game 2-2 at 49 minutes, Adis Hasecic put the visitors into a 3-2 lead at 69 minutes and at 80 minutes Ukraine United made it 3-3.
Stojiljkovic struck the winner for Scarborough at 83 minutes and the 4-3 score held until the final whistle.
The win gives Scarborough an improved 6-3-1 WLT record for 19 points to move the Toronto east team into second position in the table, while Ukraine United have a 4-4-3 record for 15 points, in fifth position.