Cavalry headed to Vancouver for the club's fourth soccer match of the season on Sunday, May 7.

Cavalry was looking for its first win of the season and even opened the scoring however the match ended up in a 1-1 draw.

It's the clubs fourth consecutive draw, scoring five goals along the way.

Cavalry midfielder Mikaël Cantave scored unassisted in the second half during the 46th minute with Vancouver replying six minutes later on a goal from striker Shaan Hundal assisted by Walter Sandoval.

Cantave goal - screenshotCantave scored Cavalry's lone goal in the 1-1 draw with Vancouver - screenshot.

Vancouver also lost Rocco Romeo after getting red carded in the 29th minute.

Cavalry outshot Vancouver 18-9 and carried the majority of play having a possession percentage of 72% however were unable to capture their first win.

The club is now tied for fifth in the Canadian Premier League with the Halifax Wanderers.

They both go head-to-head next on Saturday May 13 at Cavalry's home pitch at ATCO Field with play whistled in at 5:00 p.m.