Short Handed Red Wolves Earn 0-0 Draw With Toronto to Extend Unbeaten Streak

(press release) The Red Wolves made their first international road trip of the USL League One campaign Friday afternoon as they took on Toronto FC II at the BMO Training Ground. It was a match that provided Jimmy Obleda’s side several unique opportunities as well as several unprecedented challenges. A win or draw would break the USL League One record of 12 unbeaten matches, but the Red Wolves travelled with just 14 active players due to international travel restriction. Alec Marshall signed with the side from youth academy Park City for the match, and Sebastian Mora-Mora travelled with both a goalkeeper kit and an outfield kit in case a substitute was needed.

Red Wolves now hold the USL League One record of unbeaten matches, extending their streak to 13.

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