• Friday Aug 22, 2014

    CFCC: Sidekicks rebound with win over FC Toronto

    Action from CONCACAF Futsal Club Championship game between Mexico's Sidekicks (black jersey) and FC Toronto of Canada on August 21, 2014, at the Domo Polideportivo in Guatemala City, Guatemala. (Photo: Juan Meoño)

    GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala - Sidekicks bounced back from an opening-day loss to post a dramatic 6-5 win over Futsal Club Toronto in the CONCACAF Futsal Club Championship on Thursday at the Domo Polideportivo.

    The Mexican side fell 5-0 to Costa Rica’s Borussia a day earlier, but were lifted to victory over the Canadians thanks to a pair of goals from Erick Tovar and Mario Hernandez.

    Scoring Summary:
    1-0  Erick Tovar, Sidekicks (7:02)
    1-1  Jonathan Osorio, FC Toronto (9:21)
    2-1  Erick Tovar Sidekicks (11:35)
    3-1  Mario Hernández, Sidekicks (12:51)
    3-2  Matthew Rios, FC Toronto (19:31)
    3-3  Marias DiMarco, FC Toronto (22:12)
    4-3  Miguel Alvarado 4-3, Sidekicks (29:09)
    5-3  Adrian Gonzalez, Sidekicks (29:24)
    5-4  Daniel Chamale, FC Toronto (29:34)
    5-5  Leo Laurito, FC Toronto (31:58)
    6-5  Mario Hernández 6-4, Sidekicks (35:02) 

    With the win, Sidekicks are level with Borussia atop the Group B table on three points each, but the Central Americans have played one less game. Borussia and Toronto will meet in the final group game on Friday, when semifinal berths will be decided.

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