Arguably, it was not the busiest Matchday in the North America Soccer League (NASL), but all the three visiting teams earned maximum three-points on the road. Week Six play kicked-off last Friday, as the visiting Armada comfortably walkover San Francisco Deltas 3-0 at the Kezar Stadium in San Francisco. Last Saturday offered a double-header, as league leaders Miami Football Club outclassed Indy Eleven 2-0 on the road, while North Carolina Football Club edged pass PRFC 2-1 at the Juan Ramón Loubriel Stadium.

Here's a summary of some North America Soccer League fixtures that went down.

San Francisco Deltas 0–3 Jacksonville Armada

Being away in the West-coast turned-out not to be a “problem” the visiting Armada. In the twenty-eighth minute, attacking midfielder Zack Steinberger got the opener, when he headed home from the center half of the box to put the visitors ahead. Right before the break, Jacksonville Armada's playmaker Steinberger notched his brace with another brilliant header. Despite the Deltas' eleven shots and commanding possession, Derek Gebhard went ahead to extend the lead for the Armada in the seventy-third thanks to a Zack Steinberger through ball that sealed the victory. With this convincing away victory, Jacksonville Armada moved up to the third spot, with thirteen points this spring term.

Indy Eleven 0–2 Miami FC

The visiting Miami Football Club put a halt to Indy Eleven unbeaten streak at home. With goals from strikers Kwadwo Poku and Vincenzo Rennella, Miami Football Club was clearly able to earn a commanding road win. With this crucial win, Alessandro Nesta's lads are yet to drop a point in their last-four matches.

Miami Football Club remain on the summit of the NASL log with seventeen points, while the Indy lie sixth.

Puerto Rico FC 1–2 North Carolina

Billy Schuler's injury-time winner gave the visiting North Carolina the maximum three road points at Puerto Rico. The substitutes' left footed volley from the center-side of the box found the bottom-corner, apparently giving PRFC goalie Austin Pack no chance for a “game changing” save.

The stoppage time goal was one of the two “unanswered” goals scored in the second-half by the visiting North Carolina.

Rudy Dawson twenty-seventh minute fine header broke the deadlock but eventually failed to be enough for the hosts. With this crucial road win, the North Carolina Football Club now sits second on the log with a total of fourteen points.