MUEFC U-14 North American Super Y National Champions

 

 

 

 

As Miramar opened the game well, and had the first two serious scoring chances. Daniel Popa created the first as he broke on the counter-attack into the left side of the penalty area, cut back onto his right foot past his marker and sent a high shot that was tipped over the crossbar by Stallions goalkeeper William Schurze. Miramar continued though to carry the majority of the play, however, and went close to opening a scoring chance when an attack came to Christian Bourne centrally. As the volleyed effort was bobbled by Schurze, the goalkeeper was able to recover it in time to control possession before Kamoni Turner could pounce on the loose ball.I As The Stallions pressed forward to try and find a way back into the game Giovanni Gianella had a low shot through traffic that was parried away well by Black to maintain Miramar’s two-goal lead, but with the final kick of the game Smith drove home a low finish to wrap up the championship for United. (Cont reading at http://www.sylsoccer.com/news_article/show/734052?referrer_id=2242489)

 




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