CPR Black’s unloaded 6 goals in 2nd half to lock in much deserved convincing victory over NYPD.
Brandon Levy’s shot from penalty spot in beginning of second half tied match 2-2, from that point it was all offensive power by CPR Blacks.
Match tied at 1-1 going into halftime wasn’t an accurate score line based on dominant possession and fitness by CPR Blacks. Baha’a Ahmed was the sole scorer for Black’s in first half with a near sided strike by NYPD’s goalkeeper.
CPR Blacks controlled the run of play throughout the 90 minutes. Attacking from the opening whistle, Ahmed lated scored his second goal of the match late in 2nd half.
Total scoring tally of the match as follows: Chris Valentine, Brandon Levy, and Baha’a Ahmed all with two goals plus Serge Verdoux beating the goal in his second appearance of the season.
Final score CPR Blacks defeated NYPD 7-2.
CPR Blacks wrap up their fall leg of the season this Sunday, 16-Dec against FC Bravehearts on Randalls74 at 6pm.
CPR Blacks and Barnstonworth Rovers played to a scoreless draw on Sunday.
Both sides played down a man with 9 field players, until on of Rovers’ defenders was shown red card for continually swearing at the official in protest of an offsides decision.
CPR Blacks now have two weeks off to rest and regroup before matching up against NYPD FC Metro on December 9th.
CPR Blacks held 1-0 lead majority of the game but couldn’t overcome two dives converted to free kicks as their State Cup run ends in second round.
CPR Blacks controlled the play in the early going with the games’ opening goal by Brandon Levy finishing a through pass by newcomer Charlie Fuentes.
First half finished with a score line 1-0 to CPR Blacks.
DynamoSClooked to slow down the pace by consistently diving each time the felt physical contact.
Final score ended 2-1 toDynamoSCby capitalizing on two free kicks, which to no surprise the free kicks were results of diving.
AO Brooklyn forfeited earlier in the morning, could not get enough players.
Next match 4-Nov@12pm vs FC NY Bravehearts on Verrazzano Sports Complex in Brooklyn.
Good luck to everyone through Hurricane Sandy.
CPR Blacks’ striker Brandon Levy scored three goals to lead CPR Blacks over NIFA 3-1 on Saturday night in First Round of NY State Cup.
CPR Blacks coming off a tough 0-2 loss in previous weekend in Metro Div 2 action were able to get back on track with a win Saturday night to continue in NY State Cup.
Levy’s first two goals came in first half of play culminating from tenacious attack of CPR Blacks. 2nd half began in same fashion 1st half ended with Levy’s individual brilliance widening CPR Black’s lead 3-0 with an early goal.
NIFA SC was able to find back of the net, finishing an unstoppable header crossed in the box during transition of possession.
CPR Blacks held their 3-1 advantage for remainder of 2nd half to lock in their victory. Next Sunday, CPR Blacks return to Metro Div 2 action against AO Brooklyn, kickoff & location TBD.
Ridgewood Romac scored two early goals in first half, and maintained their lead for entire match to defeat CPR Blacks 2-0 on Sunday.
CPR Blacks were down early when Ridgewood Romac’s slotted a pass behind the defense and capitalized their breakaway by putting a goal past CPR Blacks’ goalkeeper Ben Zwicker. Soon after Ridgewood Romac’s first goal, a cross into the box found a striker wide open and lead extended to 2-0.
Even match in terms of attacking opportunities and possession left CPR Blacks unable to maintain undefeated record up to this match.
CPR Blacks (4-1-1) in league action have a bye-week and will compete againstNIFASCin Round 1 NY State Cup action on Saturday 20-October at 6pm onRandallsIsland.
Baha’a Ahmed scored four goals out of the 10 CPR Blacks’ put in the net in a truly defensive focused effort by opponent Brishna, adding to total of nine for the season for Ahmed.
Other scorers for CPR Blacks included three first goals of the season by Bruno Dupont, Caleb Seeley, and Eric Meyer. Chris Valentine scored his second goal of the season, and round off the scoring tally was Brandon Levy with his fourth of the season.
Not too be overlooked in stats is Eric Meyer’s third yellow card of the season for instigating a post goal skirmish between Brishna’s striker “Mr. Clean” and CPR Blacks’ defender Chuck Calcagni.
CPR Blacks now 4-0-1 on the season, remain top of the table with 13 points and look forward to next Sunday’s match at 2pm vs. Ridgewood Romac inWilliamsburg.
Brandon Levy notched the squad’s first hat trick of the season, plus Baha’a Ahmed’s goal from the penalty spot, to lead CPR Blacks past NY Ittihad 4-2 on Sunday evening.
Ahmed extended scoring streak to four straight matches with his fifth goal of the season. Levy’s hat trick, all in the 2nd half, gave him tally of four goals for the season.
NY Ittihad jumped to a 1-0 lead by slotting a break-away attack past CPR Blacks’ GK Ben Zwicker. Soon after NY Ittihad’s opening goal, CPR Blacks’ Ahmed was awarded a shot from the penalty spot after being tackled in the box. Ahmed’s finish in lower corner tied match a 1-1, score line continued through halftime.
CPR Blacks’ posted their second goal early in second half when Caleb Seeley found Levy in the box in which Levy calmly placed shot in back of the net. NY Ittihad equalized match after being tackled in box by CPR Blacks’ defender Eric Meyer and awarded a shot from the penalty spot.
The resilient attack of CPR Blacks paid off with Levy scoring his second and third goal of the match to ensure a victory.
CPR Blacks now 3-0-1 on the season sit in top three in Metro 2 standings; look forward to next week’s match against Brishna.
CPR Blacks toppled NIFA SC 4-1 Sunday morning to pick up second consecutive win of the season.
CPR Blacks (2-0-1) showcased a balanced attack with four different players notching goals, including midfielders Andrew Shore and Chris Valentine, and strikers Baha’a Ahmed and Brandon Levy. The defense, under attack by NIFA SC’s strategy of using 3 to 4 players at forward position, maintained another solid performance backed by goalkeeper Ben Zwicker.
Andrew Shore put CPR Blacks on the board early with his first goal of the season. The midfielder’s well placed finish came off effort and cross from Caleb Seeley coming down the flank.
NIFA SC capitalized on a small opportunity of being onside on a rare occasion by heading in a equalizer past Zwicker.
Baha’a Ahmed gave CPR Blacks’ the 2-1 lead by burying his fourth goal of season with a low shot beating NIFA SC’s goalkeeper to the near side. Soon after Ahmed’s goal CPR Blacks extended their lead 3-1 with a break away shot to the upper corner by Brandon Levy.
Chris Valentine finalized the scoring with CPR Blacks’ fourth and final goal of the game near closing minutes with a diving header from a well placed cross in the box.
Multiple chances by numerous CPR Blacks’ off the posts and crossbar added to the frustrations and kept the score disparity from being wider.
CPR Blacks play away next Sunday to NY Ittihad, location and kick off time are yet to be released.
Forward Baha’a Ahmed scored two goals to leads CPR Blacks to their first victory of the season on a late 9pm kickoff Sunday night versus NY Galicia.
Ahmed’s scoring streak for the season extends to three in total with one goal per half, both unassisted goals Sunday night were left-footed strikes that left NY Galicia’s goalkeeper awe-struck.
CPR Blacks’ goalkeeper Ben Zwicker and defense were under pressure throughout entire match but maintained a clean sheet with strong organization and communication.
The 2nd half was packed with chances from both teams, but more obvious was NY Galicia’s forward’s tactic to play in a unsporting like manner with late tackles and vulgar confrontations.
CPR Blacks now 1-0-1 look forward to next match on Sunday 23-September vs NIFA SC at 10am.