Chattanooga FC In 3-2 Comeback Win

Sunday, June 15, 2014

The Chattanooga FC men's football team was down 2-0 Saturday night in their NPSL matchup with the Georgia Revolution.  They scored three second half goals to earn a 3-2 win before a home crowd at Finley Stadium. 

The Revolution scored in the 18th and 34th minute and led 2-0 at the half. 

The CFC comeback started in the 61st minute when Luis Trude scored.  Minutes later a Revolution player earned a red card giving Chattanooga  a man advantage. 

In the 73rd minute, Niall  McCabe scored to tie the match at two. 

The game winner came in the 79th minute by Thibault Charmey.  

The team improves to 5-2-1 on the season and 4-1-1 in the NPSL southest division.  

Chattanooga is scheduled to play at Rocket City United on Wednesday which is a make up game from last weekend.




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