Brown got a clean shot away from in close after Romel Drar had received the ball at half and broke in on the Amour FC defence on a two-on-two. Drar dribbled around the first defender and fed a wide-open Brown to the left of Amour FC goaltender Kishan Lakhani, who one-timed the shot past the goalie for the opening goal of the game.
“(Romel) laid it off and I just put my foot right through it,” Brown conceded after the game about his first opening marker. “Aimed it at a corner so that the goalie couldn’t touch it and it went straight through.”
The Villains responded with a second goal right afterwards from Jared Nylander to double their lead. Once again Drar found himself alone coming down the wing and drew the defender to him. Drar then caught the Armour FC defender flat footed to find an unmarked Nylander wide open in front of an open net to easily deposit one for the two-goal lead.
“It was an ugly game and an ugly first half,” Kyle Monaghan, the Amour FC captain, said after the game. “We didn’t play as a unit, and couldn’t get much going offensively. Definitely the worst we’ve played all season.”
Things weren’t much better in the second half for Amour FC. Brown netted his second of the night, and Drar potted another to double their lead to four with just over 10 minutes left in the game. Amour FC had a meaningless strike to close the gap to three but would never overcome the deficit.
“You have to keep the ball moving, that’s mostly how we were able to score so many goals,” Brown said. “The other team didn’t have the ball a lot, and we were able to keep getting chances over and over.”
Drar, who had a goal and two assists on the night, made a habit of drawing the defender towards him to find the open man for a couple of wide open shots that led to goals.
“I’m good at that,” Drar said. “Pulling the defenders to you when you receive the pass all the defenders come to you and then you see another person goes to pass by himself then goal.”
With the win Viewmont moved to the top of the table in a three-way tie with Amour FC and The Dirty.