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NORTH AMERICAN SOCCER LEAGUE

May 28, 2016
NASL ROUNDUP
Miami gets first win, Cosmos hold onto first

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Matt Bahner broke the Jacksonville Armada's scoring drought
Matt Bahner broke the Jacksonville Armada's scoring drought
Photo courtesy Jacksonville Armada FC
INDY ELEVEN 1, JACKSONVILLE ARMADA FC 1
JACKSONVILLE ---The Jacksonville Armada put an end to their scoreless streak on Saturday night, but could not end their winless streak, playing Indy Eleven to a 1-1 draw at Community First Park.

Indy remains unbeaten at 3-0-5, 14 pts, while the Armada move to 1-5-2, 5 pts.

Defender Matt Bahner put an end to 464 minutes of attacking frustration with a first-half screamer, but unbeaten Indy came roaring back and equalized on a Justin Braun goal in the 73rd minute,

in the 30th minute, Armada FC defender Matt Bahner took a pass and unleashed a powerful low drive to beat Jon Busch to his near post .

The Eleven got the equalizer in the 73rd minute. Jair Reinoso found a yard of space outside the area and lifted a ball dead center of the area where Braun was waiting. He met the cross with header leaving Gallardo scrambling on his line, with nothing to do to prevent the equalizer.
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NEW YORK COSMOS 1, RAYO OKC 0
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The New York Cosmos continued in their quest to win the North American Soccer League spring title by recording a 1-0 win over nine-man Rayo OKC before a crowd of 4,068 at Shuart Stadium Saturday night.

Midfielder Danny Szetela scored his first goal of the season in the 54th minute as he latched onto a Sebastian Guenzatti feed from the right side and beat goalkeeper Daniel Fernandes from three yards.

Rayo (2-4-2, 8 pts) was slapped with three red cards -- Michel (36th minute), Bill Forbes (89th minute) and Georgis Samaras (90th minute).

The Cosmos (5-0-3, 18 points), who will remain in first through the weekend, completed their home spring season at a perfect 5-0, while outscoring the opposition, 12-1.
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MIAMI FC 1, FC EDMONTON 0
MIAMI – Ariel Martinez scored in the second half to give Miami FC a 1-0 win over FC Edmonton at Ocean Bank Field on Saturday night.

The win is the first ever for Miami FC (1-4-3, 6 pts), while Edmonton falls to 4-3,2, 14 pts.

Miami's winner came in the 66th minute for Miami FC. Dario Cvitanich played a great ball to Martinez who found himself going up against two defenders. A great touch left Martinez open at the top of the box. A left-footed stunner finding the back of the net.
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TAMPA BAY ROWDIES 2, MINNESOTA UNITED 0
BLAINE, Minn. — Midfielders Joe Cole and Eric Avila each scored to give the Tampa Bay Rowdies a 2-0 win over Minnesota United at NSC Stadium Saturday night.

With the win, the Rowdies improve to 3-2-3, 12 pts, while Minnesota, losers of two straight, falls to 4-3-1, 13 pts.

Cole’s first goal with the Rowdies, was brilliantly headed home off a Kalif Alhassan cross gave the Rowdies a lead just before halftime.

Just after halftime, Avila doubled the lead, coolly finishing a Cole through ball first-time past Minnesota goalkeeper Sammy Ndjock into the bottom corner of the net.
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