The Millers fought back on Thursday night to claim a 1-1 draw versus an organized Greyhound squad. The Millers were down at the half after a ball in the air wasn’t cleared and a Greyhound forward was able to run onto it and chip the Millers’ keeper.
The Millers got back into the game more in the second half and were very unlucky a few times not have put the ball in the back of the net. All this pressure forward left the back exposed and if not for the heroics of second-half keeper Nick Johnson then Carmel would’ve been ahead at least two goals. Johnson came up huge with a breakaway save and a punch from a laser to the top corner, to keep the deficit at one.
This set up the final ten seconds where the Millers were advancing the ball when a Carmel player committed a foul and kicked the ball away receiving a yellow card for time wasting and stopping the clock. Kyle Marshall stood over the ball and played an excellent pass, right into the box while also evading the keeper. The ball initially hit a Carmel player before it bounced around, finally finding Andreas Michaeloff who chipped the ball up toward the goal and it was headed in by a diving Kyle Goad who brought the Millers level with three seconds on the clock.