Pro Stars' Aleksander Zwierzynski (5') goal against Toronto Skillz gave his side their first three points of the season.
When the referee signalled for the start of the match, both teams came out with full force looking to open the scoring.
Skillz were the first to register shots on goal, contesting Pro Stars’ GK Aaron Peters within three minutes of the whistle. On the counter, Pro Stars first shot on target would be their victory goal.
The second half of the match was more physical, with Pro Stars being on the receiving end of twelve fouls while Toronto Skillz received nine.
A total of six cards were issued between the two teams, with Toronto Skillz's Felix Ngha dismissed at the 50th minute after receiving his second yellow.
Despite going down to ten men, gritty Skillz showed resilience and hunger for the equalizer. Skillz would play the ball into the attacking third but struggled to unleash shots on target.
On Pro Stars counters, Skillz's GK Katasaras would be vital in keeping them away from the scoring summary. In the 61st minute, Katasaras made two back-to-back saves, keeping Skillz alive in the match.
Skillz fought to the last seconds of the match, but couldn't find the back of the net.
Pro Stars' Arron Peters earned his first clean sheet of the season. With the win, Pro Stars improve to 1W - 3L - 1D on the season.
Toronto Skillz will travel to Vaughan Grove on Sunday June 10th (7:00 p.m.) to take on Woodbridge Strikers.
Meanwhile, Pro Stars will make their way to Bill Crothers on Sunday June 10th (8:00 p.m.) to face Unionville Milliken SC.