In a match where the GK for CPR Blacks was an injured midfielder, Chris Valentine, the odds for CPR Blacks to pull off a win were slim-to-none.
Queens United found the net three times early in 1st half and where able to maintain that lead throughout the match.
3-1 score line at the half and dominant possession gave CPR Blacks much optimism going into 2nd half.
A once in a lifetime occurrence of which Chuck Calcagni scored in the 2nd half, wasn’t enough for CPR Blacks to obtain their first point of the 2013-2014 campaign.
CPR Blacks return against old foe FC Gwardia PLNY on Sunday in Williamburg at 4pm, be sure to bring your Polish Rosetta Stone books.