Indiana University came out hard against Indy Eleven Friday night - scoring first with a header goal from Femi Hollinger-Janzen, who found the net after a shot from Andrew Oliver hit the crossbar.
In the final match of the Eleven's preseason, the team was lucky to equalize before the half, but stoppage time allowed defender Andrew Stone to clean up a free kick set piece that unfolded his way.
Following the half, World Cup Champion Kleberson rocked the box by finishing a rebound off his own shot.
The Eleven finished the game with another stoppage time goal - this time from Don Smart - a final gift for the supporters who braved wind chills dipping into the 20s to follow the match 'till the end.
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Erick Norales gives the thumbs up to fans as his team enters Carroll Stadium Friday night.
The Indy Eleven starting line up gets its game face on.
The Indy Eleven and Indiana University starting line ups take to the field.
The Red Card Contingent prepares for a brisk assignment.
Andrew Stone exercises control.
The D squares up to protect the 11's goal.
The World's Game. Indiana's Team.
Kyle Hyland prepares to deny an attacker.
Chris Estridge burns his man.
Erick Norales takes to the air.
A Kleberson header threatens, but Indiana weathers the strike.
Chris Estridge takes a header.
Kleberson lets a shot rip.
Erick Norales, a practitioner in the fine art of defense.
Brad Ring stays cool under pressure.
Indiana University Head Coach Todd Yeagley watches as his player works to resist Indy Eleven pressure.
Don Smart considers the best way to bust his move.
I.U. alum A.J. Corrado attacks his former teammates.
Coach Juergen Sommer in a post-game press conference.
Don Smart talks with reporters following Friday's game in which he scored a sweet goal.
Defender Andrew Stone recounts the series of events that unfolded following a free kick that allowed his to clean up a deflected shot and bury it in Indiana's goal.
Postgame Indiana Coach Todd Yeagley said he enjoyed watching Indy Eleven challenge his team, noting that the pressure pushed his players to engage at a faster clip than most of their opponents.