With 2:47 left in the first half, lightning struck very close to the field, forcing the official to score 0-0.
Several lightning bolts moved around Brenner before 8 p.m.
“During the delay, we kept our cool,” said Brenner Ryan Westberg. We just talked and talked about what we wanted to fix and we just kept going.
In the second half, Brenner had some good chances. Kyle Duff was on the verge of netting, but St. Cloud Tech goalkeeper Nicolas Lalonde scored one of the goals.
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In the first half of the day, the fighters began to take ownership of the whistle. After 10 seconds, Adam Clacker almost broke the deadline in his spare time, but Lalonde saved again.
In the second half of 2:34, Brenner fouled the team with an 18-meter free-kick. Clerk nailed a free kick, the fourth goal of the season and the third goal of the penalty shoot-out.
“It’s a real confidence,” said Tom Grasam, the head coach of the Warriors. We believe in him, he is the only reliable Mr..
brainerd Warrior Cruz Megazzini will head the ball to St. Cloud Tech defender on Tuesday, September 7, 2021 at Adamson Stadium. Steve Kohls / Brainerd Shipping
With just one goal left in the game, Technical Khalid Yusuf scored one goal and Brenner was happy with just 57 goals.
“It was a little disappointing that such a simple mistake could have led to the race,” says Westberg.
The match then ended in a 1-1 draw.
“I thought we played right, even for a long time,” Grussa said. We have strengthened the whole game. He was strong around us and they are practicing what we teach. We had a slight mental delay in the last two minutes of the game because we relaxed a little. ”
Holy Cloud Tech 0 0 0 1 – 1
Brenner 0 0 0 1 – 1
Overtime 2: Brd-Adam Klecker (PK) 2:34; SCT-Khalid Yussuf 1:30
Conference: Brd 0-0-1, SCT 1-0-1.
Overall: Brd 1-1-1, SCT 2-0-1.
Next: Brainerd at Sartell 5 pm Thursday, September 9th.
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