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RITZING, Austria -- It wasnt the long-awaited win that Canada was hoping for, but it was a credible result against a decent European side and an end to an embarrassing 14-month goalless run for Canadas mens soccer team. The Canadians came from a goal down to draw Bulgaria 1-1 in an international friendly at the Sonnenseestadion in Ritzing, Austria on Friday. Atiba Hutchinson converted a penalty in the 26th minute to tie the game after Bulgaria had opened the scoring with a nicely-worked goal by Andrey Galabinov in the 18th minute. The draw represents arguably the best result of the teams current project under the leadership of Spanish coach Benito Floro. The Canadian side has been mired in a miserable spell on the back of a calamitous exit from World Cup Qualifying in October of 2012, but Floro said that Fridays result in Austria signals the end of the "first stage" of his restructuring of the teams fundamental philosophies. "For us it (was) a very good result. Not only because we scored a goal and tied the game but especially because of the tactical behaviour," said Floro, who still speaks largely through an interpreter due to his limited English. Canada showed some rare attacking verve in the first half with Hutchinsons incisive passing leading to clear-cut chances for Tosaint Ricketts and Randy Edwini-Bonsu. But as the game wore on and the score level at 1-1, it was Bulgaria who looked the more likely to score the winning goal -- something that Floro attributed to end-of-season fatigue for his players. "In the second half our players were very tired because they are at the end of their (club) seasons and we did not have another experienced player to make a change with. "So, at the end, it was a very good result and tactical behaviour," he said. For Hutchinson, who broke Canadas ugly goalless streak that dated back to a March 2013 goal by Marcus Haber, it was simply a feeling of "relief to get that over and done with. 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Yeezy 350 Outlet . a€“ All signs point to the Maple Leafs having their top offseason acquisition in the lineup on opening night.Mie, Japan (SportsNetwork.com) - Ai Suzuki carded an 8-under 64, Ilhee Lee shot a 6-under 66 and Laura Davies fired a 5-under 67 in Saturdays second round, putting all three of them atop the leaderboard heading into the final round of the Mizuno Classic. Suzuki, who had the low round of the day, has never won on the LPGA Tour, while Lee has one win at the 2013 Pure Silk - Bahamas LPGA Classic. Davies, who will be enshrined in the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2015, has 20 career victories on tour. The trio finished 36 holes at 9-under-par 135. Kotono Kozuma and Mi Hyang Lee carded matching 67s, while Chella Choi shot a 68 and they are tied for fourth at 8-under 136. Na-Ri Lee is alone in seventh at 7-under 137 following a 65 Saturday. Jessica Korda (67), Ayako Uehara (68) and Karrie Webb (68) are tied for eighth at minus-6. First-round leader Morgan Pressel settled for an even-par 72 and she is tied for 11th at 5-under 139. Suzuki, attempting to win on her home soil, started her move up the leaderboard right out of the gate with two birdies in her first three holes on one and three. After giving one of those shots back with a bogey on four, Suzuki responded with two more gains on five and seven, getting her to minus-3 for the day. Following five straight pars from eight, Suzuki shot up the leaderboard with five birdies in a six-hole stretch from 13. The run vaulted Suzuki into a tie atop the leaderboard at 9-under. I wont be thinking about the win, said Suzuki. Ill just try my best and see how I can do in an LPGA tournament. After making two bogeys in the first round, Ilhee Lee went bogey-free oon day two.dddddddddddd The front nine is where Lee made her move with birdies on one, three, five and seven. After making the turn at 4-under for the day, Lee drained two more gains on 11 and 13. She closed things out with five straight pars to grab a share of the second-round lead. Sunday is always exciting, Lee stated. Its going to be really fun to play with Laura and Ai. Davies, who began the day one shot behind the leader Pressel, played very well on the front nine. A birdie at the first had Davies going early. Following a pair of pars on two and three, Davies ripped off four birdies in a five-hole span from four to go along with a bogey on six. Making the turn at 4-under, Davies gave another shot back with a bogey on 11, but she responded nicely with two birdies on 11 and 13, getting her to 9-under for the tournament. Davies closed with five straight pars to end there. Obviously the main thing is to try and win, Davies said. Its going to be tough because there are so many good players who are playing well this week. Theres some really good players here. I think it will be fun tomorrow because I think there are going to be 15 or 20 players who can still win this. NOTES: Davies last win on the LPGA Tour came at the Rochester International in 2001 ... Lee has finished four top-10 finishes this season, all of which have came in a six-tournament span ... There are seven players from Japan within the top 20 heading into the final round ... World No. 2 Stacy Lewis shot an even-par 72 and she is tied for 27th at 2-under 142 ... Defending champion Teresa Lu (67) is tied for 17th at 4-under 140. ' ' '