WSA Winnipeg stepped on the field for Game 2 of their 4 game road trip tonight in Springfield, to face off against the Springfield Demize (2-1-2) At Cooper Sports Complex.

It was a hot sunny night in Springfield, perfect weather for WSA Winnipeg to rack up some more points.

The game started off very fast paced and intense from the get go, with WSA keeping majority of the possession and causing Springfield to foul time after time. WSA's first chance of the game came in the 11th minute, when Moses Danto was sent through but his touch was too far in front and resulted in a Springfield goal kick.

As the half went on, the game started to become back and fourth with both teams exchanging flashy moments, one highlight was Moses Danto dribbling through 3 Springfield players before he was fouled and play resumed.

In the 29th minute, WSA Winnipeg almost took the lead when Nathan Douglas took it all the way down the line and cut it back for Moses Danto, who couldn't get all his power behind the shot, and the weak shot trickled into the goalkeepers arms and the scoreline stayed 0-0.

In the 36th minute, WSA had a scare when Springfield's counter attack found a 1v1 battle where Jordan Smith was beat, but fouled the opposing striker just outside the area, causing a free kick on the 18 yard box in which Tyson Farago was there to make the save. But shortly after, Springfield had another opportunity when Farago misjudged a shot that fired off the post, Jordan Smith went to clear but he missed it and the opposing striker had a few cracks at it, but Farago was there to make save after save before Omar Amador cleared it off the line and held Springfield off the scoresheet and the teams headed into halftime at 0-0.

The second half was very fast paced, intense and opportunistic both ways, a few chances from Ali Musse but neither could find themselves on the score sheet. Hamza Mustapha subbed in for Kris Nordman in the 77th minute and immediately made an impact when he was inside the area and had a shot that travelled just wide.

Both teams had chances late in the game, including a huge save from Tyson Farago off a Springfield corner kick from inside the 18, and a breakaway that was called offside for WSA. Both chances could have easily ended up in goals. 

And the final whistle blew... A 0-0 Tie in Springfield. Another well executed game plan from Coach Badescu and his team, as they remain undefeated on the road trip, going into tomorrow night's rematch here in Springfield.

WSA has now improved to 1-4-1 on the year (Currently 6th Place) and will look to get more points tomorrow night, and move up in the standings before heading to St Louis on Sunday.

Nathan Douglas and Tyson Farago were the WSA Players Of The Game.