FC Vorkuta – Real Mississauga SC
On July 21, 2018 FC Vorkuta hosted Real Mississauga SC in Canadian Soccer League (CSL) division 1.
Vorkuta midfielder Serhii Ursulenko tapped in a low cross by Iaroslav Solonynko to open the scoring at 13 minutes at the OSA Soccer Center Stadium, and Sergei Ivliev put the ball into the empty net to make it 2-0 after taking a pass from Serhii Ursulenko. It was 2-0 at the break.
Solonynko scored the third goal for Vorkuta to make it Vorkuta 3, Real Mississauga 0 at 50 minutes and five minutes later the returning Oleksandr Lakusta took a cross from Ursulenko to make it 4-0. It was Lakusta’s first game since sustaining an injury two months ago.
Lakusta volleyed to score a picture goal after taking a pass from Maksym Gramm for a 5-0 Vorkuta lead at 60 minutes and with just Mississauga goalkeeper Senad Porcanin to beat, Ursulenko took a rebound to find the top corner of the net for a 6-0 score at the 80th minute mark.
Vorkuta team captain Oleh Kerchu made it 7-0 and Real Mississauga replied with a goal by Krum Bibishkov who headed in past Vorkuta goalkeeper Oleksandr Musiienko at 88 minutes, a 7-1 score and result at the final whistle.
Vorkuta improves to a 7-1-1 WLT record for 22 points to lead the First Division.
FC Vorkuta: Alexandr Musiienko – Aleksandr Yaremchuk, Vadym Gostiev (60′ Liubomyr Halchuk), Alexandr Tarasenko (46′ Bohdan Sluka), Alexandr Volchkov – Mykhailo Riabyi (60′ Valerii Haidarzhi), Iaroslav Solonynko (60′ Gramm Maksym), Oleh Kerchu, Bohdan Riabets, Serhii Ursulenko – Sergii Ivlev (46′ Oleksandr Lakusta).
In Canadian Soccer League division 2 FC Vorkuta played an away game @ Ontario Soccer Centre vs Scarborough SC.
The game ended with convincing 5:1 win for FC Vorkuta with goals scored by Denys Diachenko, Valerii Yarmosh, Dmytro Polyuhanych, Valerii Haidarzhi and Bogdan Khmyzov.
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.