Red Wolves Draw 2-2 Against Toronto FC II

Red Wolves Remain Unbeaten At David Stanton Field

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC (3-4-3) drew against Toronto FC II (4-3-3) 2-2 at David Stanton Field on Saturday night.  

 

Following a blocked shot from inside the box from Toronto, Chattanooga almost broke the deadlock inside the first 10 minutes of the match.

Tony Walls connected with Steven Beattie from just outside the box, but Beattie’s shot didn’t trouble Toronto goalie Caleb Patterson-Sewell who made an easy save. Beattie nearly found the back of the net just a minute later off a set piece from Vangjel Zguro but his header went just wide of the net.  

 

After another Beattie chance was saved, the Red Wolves finally broke through. Off of Chattanooga’s fourth corner of the half, Zguro found Connor Doyle on the near post. From a difficult angle, Doyle headed the ball back and into the top left corner of the net to give the Red Wolves a 1-0 lead. 

 

After multiple chances by both teams to start the second half, Shaan Hundal tied the match for Toronto off a corner that fell right to his foot. Toronto wasted no time taking the lead as, four minutes later, Jacob Shaffelburg slotted home a goal on the left side. 

However, Chattanooga wasn’t done. In the 84th minute, Colin Falvey headed home a corner from Zguro to tie the match at two. It was Zguro’s second assist of the game and Falvey’s first goal of the season.  

 

The Red Wolves will be back in action next Saturday, June 8, as they travel to Statesboro, Georgia to take on South Georgia Tormenta FC. Kickoff for that game is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET. After traveling to Richmond on Saturday, June 15, the team returns home to host Greenville Triumph SC at 7:00 p.m. on Sautrday, June 22. For tickets, visit chattredwolves.com/tickets.  

 

GAME SUMMARY 

First Half:  

·       6’ -- Jacob Shaffelburg (Toronto FC II) left footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked. Assisted by Luca Petrasso. 

·       8’-- Steven Beattie’s (Chattanooga Red Wolves) right footed shot from just outside of the box is saved by Caleb Patterson-Sewell (Toronto FC).  

·       9’ -- Steven Beattie’s (Chattanooga Red Wolves) header from in front of goal off a free kick sails left of the goal. The cross was sent in by Vangjel Zguro 

·       30’ -- Steven Beattie’s (Chattanooga Red Wolves) right footed shot from the right side of the box is saved by Caleb Patterson-Sewell (Toronto FC). Shot was assisted by Yaya Cisse 

·       32’ -- Amirgy Pineda’s (Chattanooga Red Wolves) left footed shot from outside the box is wide right off of a corner.  

·       38’ -- GOAL! Connor Doyle (Chattanooga Red Wolves) header from the left side of the goal into the top left corner off of a corner. Assisted Vangjel Zguro 

Second Half: 

·       48’ -- Ualefi (Chattanooga Red Wolves) right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left. 

·       49’ -- Amirgy Pineda (Chattanooga Red Wolves) header from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal. Assisted by Josue Soto with a cross. 

·       65’ -- Franco Ramos Mingo (Toronto FC II) header from the centre of the box misses to the left. Assisted by Luca Petrasso with a cross following a corner. 

·       68’ -- GOAL! Shaan Hundal (Toronto FC II) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the bottom left corner following a corner. 

·       72’ -- GOAL! Jacob Shaffelburg (Toronto FC II) left footed shot from very close range to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Luca Petrasso. 

·       84’ -- GOAL! Colin Falvey (Chattanooga Red Wolves) header from the centre of the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Vangjel Zguro with a cross following a corner. 

 

LINEUPS: 

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC — Alex Mangels; Tony Walls, Colin Falvey, Nicholas Ampansah,  Vangjel ZguroUalefiAmirgy Pineda (Eamon Zayed – 59'), Conor Doyle, YaYa Cisse (Sito Seone -- 71’), Steven Beattie (C), Josue Soto (Jamie Dell -- 75’)  

 

Substitutes not used — Will Dieterich, Juan Mare, Alex Jaimes,  

Toronto FC II — Caleb Patterson-Sewell, Dante Campbell, Patrick Bunk-Anderson, Franco Ramos-Mingo, Terique Mohammed, Trevor Swartz (Shaan Hundal – 63'), Adolfo Ovalle, Gideon Waja (Noble Okello – 59'), Matthew Srbely, Luca Petrassso (Jordan Faria – 87'), Jacob Shaffelburg 


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