Omaha, Nebraska 2021-09-20 17:04:29 –
Matador extends defeat to 7 games
After a three-game road trip, CSUN returned to his homefield with a kick-off at 11:00 am on Sunday. The game was regulated and scored no points, causing overtime for the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Omaha defeated Matador with a heading shot by Malik Elumi from a corner kick by Mitchell Hammer during the last two minutes of overtime.
CSUN had several opportunities in the first half, but couldn’t take advantage of it. Five minutes into the match, Giovanni Aguilar’s free kick missed the left side of the net. With 20 minutes remaining in the first half, Aguilar stole the ball in the middle, but Khalid Hunter was unable to finish the play.
Goalkeeper David Plays made two saves in the first half with eight minutes remaining, keeping his score 0-0 in halftime. The prey ended the game with a total of 6 saves.
“David saved a lot of set pieces three times today. I’m very proud of him, you know, it’s a shame he doesn’t deserve the result. He’s great today. We did a performance, “said head coach Terry Davila.
Both teams entered the contest with 0 wins, aiming for their first win of the season.
“We just have to fight,” said Davila. “We have to raise our heads and get out there to show that we have individuality because this is us and this is us.”
The 90 degree heat of Northridge led to multiple water breaks during the game.
“It definitely weighed on the boys. I think their feet were a little heavier. We faced the challenge. Even considering the heat, it seems to be more vibrant in the two teams. I think it looked like, “Plays said.
CSUN aims to win its first home victory over California State University, Northridge on Friday.
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