Detroit dominated both on offense and defense and created numerous chances, finishing the night 3:0. The game took on a chippy feel early, with numerous hard fouls and tough challenges. Joey Dillon came off, his arm in his shirt like a sling after falling and being stepped on. Despite the rough match, Detroit was able to keep their cool, denying Buffalo good chances on net for much of the game and constantly pressing on the attack. Numerous fast breaks saw 2 City attackers keeping 4-5 Buffalo defenders on the back foot and scrambling to cover.
The Detroit win and Binghamton's 2:0 win over AFC Cleveland puts Le Rouge into first place of the NPSL Midwest-Great Lakes Division on 16 points, with a goal differential of 13 (20 for and 7 against).
19' Keith Lough (Knox Cameron)
69' Dave Dwaihy (Kyle Bethel)
90' Kyle Bethel (Keith Lough)
Nick Lewin Kofi Opare (62' Zach Schewee) Adam Bedell Josh Rogers
Spencer Thompson Joey Dillon (31' Latif Alashe, 77' John Timm)
Ezekiel Harris (62' Dave Dwaihy) Cyrus Saydee (79' Jon Evans)
Knox Cameron (45' Kyle Bethel)