FC Vorkuta – CSC Mississauga
FC Vorkuta opened the scoring just two minutes into the game with CSC Mississauga at Esther Shiner Stadium when defender Olexander Tarasenko headed just inside the far post. Vorkuta’s Serhii Ursulenko scored into an empty net to make it 2-0 at 17 minutes, his 8th of the season and the goal came following a slip-up in the Mississauga defense.
Sergii Ivliev struck a spectacular goal from 40 yards four minutes later when the Mississauga goalkeeper was caught too far off his line, 3-0 for the home side.
CSC Mississauga cut the lead to 3-1 at 31 minutes, but midfielder Bohdan Riabets made the score 4-1 for Vorkuta with a powerful header from a corner kick by Iaroslav Solonynko. It was 4-1 at the break.
Vorkuta forward Sergii Ivliev scored his second of the game and 8th of the season at 55 minutes following a solo run by Vadym Gostiev who drove a low pass to the near post for Sergii to tap into the near side for a 5-1 score.
CSC Mississauga scored their second of the game at 65 minutes, a 5-2 score and Vorkuta’s Kristijan Kezic opened his goal scoring account at 75 minutes to make the score 6-2 for the home side, the score at the final whistle.
FC Vorkuta: Musiienko – Yaremchuk (46′ Halchuk), Gostev, Volchkov, Tarasenko, Kerchu, Riabyi (60′ Haidarzhi), Riabets (46′ I.Melnyk), Solonynko (57′ Gramm), Ursulenko, Ivliev (62′ Kezic).
In Canadian Soccer League Division 2 FC Vorkuta made another big step towards the league champions title by beating SC Milton 7:3.
Goals: S.Melnyk (3), Dmytro Polyuhanych (2), Kristijan Kezic, Valerii Doroshenko.
Club of Russian immigrants will perform in the higher league.
Oleg Lutkov, a well-known Ukrainian specialist, former mentor of Zaporizhzhya Metallurg and Kryvbas, continue his coaching career in Canada. The 50-year-old coach has headed the FC Vorkuta team.
For the first season in the Canadian League FC Vorkuta, for which many Ukrainian players stand, they won the championship title.
We talked about the success of the team with FC Vorkuta general manager Denis Yanchuk. Denis is a native of Khmelnytsky, who defended the colors of Podillya, and has lived in Canada since 2010.