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Photos : Las Vegas Lights FC vs Tulsa Roughnecks FC

The Las Vegas Lights FC (4-5-2)  hosted the Tulsa Roughnecks FC (4-3-4) on a beautiful Saturday Night in May.   The Tulsa Roughnecks entered the game having 3 Straight end in a draw and after last nights game that streak is now 4 Games.  Neither team was able to put the ball in the back of the net as the game finished 0-0.    The Lights held a 60.3% to 39.7% domination of Possession.  Although the Lights had 14 Shots only 3 of them were on target.  In a game that only resulted in a total of 4 shots that had to be saved by either Keeper, it resulted in an entertaining midfield duel.

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