The New York Cosmos won their third game of the 2015 season on Saturday, ensuring they'll remain atop the North American Soccer League table after five matches. They went up early in the match when Lucky Mkosana found the back of the net within the first fifteen minutes, thought they probably should have added to that led several times before the halftime break.
The win gives the boys in green 11 points from a possible 15 to start the spring campaign, and with the way the results worked out in Saturday's other North American Soccer League matches, the club now sits a full three points clear of the closest competition, currently, the Tampa Bay Rowdies.
Up next for the Cosmos will be FC Edmonton, when they return to Hofstra's Shuart Stadium next Sunday afternoon. You can get a sneak peek at the Eddies this afternoon on ESPN 3, when they host Minnesota United at 4 PM ET.