Stare Byki FC and Wisloka Chicago battled to an incredible 6:6 draw on June 24. The match went back and forth for the entire 90 minutes in an emotional atmosphere at Oak Brook.
The Byki ran out to a 2:0 lead after just 11 minutes with goals from Francesco de Felice and Mark Zeman.
Unfazed by the early outburst, Wisloka stormed back to level things at 2:2, scoring in the 16th and 25th minutes.
Zeman and de Felice replied for the Byki, who thought that a 4:2 lead at the break might be safe.
Wisloka had other ideas, however, and pulled to within 4:3 in the 51st minute, when a deflected shot found the back of the net.
The score went to 5:3 just five minutes later, as the Byki came fast on the counter. De Felice set up Byron Perez for a simple tap-in.
The pot boiled over at the hour mark, following a hard tackle by a Wisloka player. After the dust had settled, the referee sent off two Wisloka players and one from the Byki.
The Byki upped their lead to 6:3 in the 67th minute, when de Felice hit a long bomb into an empty Wisloka goal.
That should have been enough to wrap up the three points for the Byki, but Wisloka kept plugging away. They made it 6:4 at 73 minutes when they caught the Byki napping on a free kick. Two goals in the final three minutes made Wilsoka's dream comeback a reality.