Men’s soccer won the 14th pilot in Portland

Portland, raw – Carlos Arminárez California State University pulled Bakersfield with a late first-half goal, but Portland No. 14 maintained a 2-1 victory in front of a crowd of 1,010 advertisers at the Clive Charles Football Complex, Friday night. The pilots scored goals in 22second abbreviation and 24The tenth Minutes to snatch an early lead and never lag despite a strong second-half boost from Roadrunner’s attack.CSUB team coach said Richie Grant. “This is the kind of game that will undoubtedly help us later in the season.”



The first half…
Kevin Bonilla scored the first goal of the match for Portland in the 22nd minutesecond abbreviation minute, finishes off a good executive display and goes with Sebastian Nava, with a quick flick from the outside of his left foot into the far post and a pass dive Filippo Dadon.
* Gurman Sangha doubled the pilots’ lead after just two minutes by ending my skid at the rear post. Brandon Cambridge started with a low cross pass through the Bakersfield defence.
* Rogerrunners withdrew within one minute in the last minute of the first half when Rene Cortez Header from a corner was heading wide up Carlos Arminárez He got the ball on with his toe, and redirected it inside the near post to make it 2-1 Portland.
* The Flyers had a 7-3 shot and a 4-1 margin in the corners during the first half. Dadoni made three saves, while Portland’s George Tasoris blocked one shot at the goal frame.



the other half…
* Bilal Mihoubi A big chance sailed over the bar in the opening moments of the second half, after a short 2-0 break for the sprinters after a Portland spin in midfield.
* Filippo Dadon He made four saves in the second half in 45 minutes without goals. Both teams took eight shots in the frame.



NB…
* Carlos Arminárez The goal was the lead for his second team this season and the tenthThe tenth of his career at CSUB.
* Filippo Dadon He finished with seven saves against Bakersfield, one shy of his season’s high.
* John Paul AlvarezAnd the Rene CortezAnd the Harry DowningAnd the Andres Pérez de Gracia And the Conor Walsh She was booked in yellow for Bakersfield. It was Downing’s fourth yellow card of the season.
* Portland was a contender in Bakersfield’s first Division I game. The Roadrunners won that match 2-1 in overtime at the 2007 Nike Portland Invitational on August 31.
* Friday night’s game was CSUB’s first against a ranked competitor, since a 2-1 loss last August 29, at the Grand Canyon. The Runners’ last win over a ranked opponent came on October 5, 2018, at The Main Soccer Field in a 1-0 decision over the Air Force.



next one…
CSUB is back home to start the Big West Conference play on Wednesday, September 28, with an education day against Sacramento State. The competition kicks off at 11 a.m., and tickets are still available at GoRunners.com/Tickets or by calling 661.654.Blue. The Road Runners beat the Hornets 2-0 in Sacramento a season ago.

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