Pro Stars FC dominated a game of many chances, earning 13 corners and hitting the post two times, but were finally pegged back 1-1 by visitors' Windsor TFC.
Pro Stars FC started the match off in a 4-4-2 wide formation against Windsor's 4-2-3-1.
Right off the bat, Windsor TFC scored through Ameen Rashid's (2') great shot from long range into the top right corner of the net, stunning Pro Stars' keeper Jonathan Albanese.
After the goal, Pro Stars dominated possession, pinning back the opponent in their own half and creating some real scoring chances, many of them by trying to get in behind the opponent's defence.
Just after a quarter of an hour played, Aleksander Zwierzynski got the ball behind the Windsor defence, controlled and passed to Dylan Micallef (16'), who tied it up with a powerful drive from the edge of the box.
Pro Stars hit the post twice (by Zwierzynski and Owen Carter), earned ten corners, and did almost everything in the half but find the net again.
In the second half, the host pushed forward for the go-ahead goal but Windsor's defensive structure and, on top of that, the outstanding play of their keeper, Shervin Mollahassani, neutralized all attempts as the match ended 1-1.
It was Pro Stars' third consecutive stalemate and Windsor TFC's third point of the season.
Pro Stars's next match is against TFC III on July 29 (1:00 p.m.) at BMO Training Ground & Academy, Toronto.
Windsor TFC will face Darby FC at Whitby Soccer Centre, Whitby on July 29 (4:00 p.m.).