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Strikers blitz FC Edmonton
October 3rd, 2011 2:54AM

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[NASL] Abe Thompson had a hat trick and Brain Shriver added two goals as the Ft. Lauderdale Strikers blitzed FC Edmonton for five goals in 22 minutes en route to a 5-0 win in the NASL quarterfinals. the NSC Minnesota Stars also moved on to the semifinals with a 1-0 at FC Tampa Bay.

Oct. 1 in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Ft. Lauderdale 5 FC Edmonton 0. Goals: Shriver 45, 54, Thompson 46, 62, 77.
Fort Lauderdale -- Glaeser, Stahl, Gordon, Lancaster, Laing (Granado), Restrepo (Pecka), Arguez, Mayen, Palacio, Shriver (Nunez), Thompson
FC Edmonton -- Baart, Surprenant, Jonke, Hamilton, Rago, Saiko, Kooy, Oppong (Porter), Van Leerdam, Yamada (Semenets), Cox (LeRoy).
Red Card: FC Edmonton -- Hamilton 83.

Oct. 1 in Tampa Bay
FC Tampa Bay 0 Minnesota 1. Goal: Mulholland 27.
FC Tampa -- Attinella, Sanfilippo, Arango, Rodrigues (Yoshitake 67), Yamada, Hill (Clare 66), Millien, Gyorio, Savage, Ambersley, King (Baptiste 74)
Minnesota -- Warren, Davis, Dias, Altman, Kallman, Gotsmanov (Hlavaty 59), Takada, Cosgriff, Mulholland (Del Do 71), Rodriguez, Cvilikas.
Att.: 3,003.

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