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Recap: Kickers Fall on the Road at Chattanooga

By Patrick Wood, 09/12/20, 3:15PM EDT

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Chattanooga Red Wolves SC 2, Richmond Kickers 1


Photo © Jessica Stone Hendricks Photography

TEAM SCORE GOALSCORERS
CHATTANOOGA RED WOLVES SC
(4-2-3, 15 points)
2

Dieterich (Hernandez) 54’, Beattie (Hernandez) 90’

RICHMOND KICKERS

(4-2-2, 14 points)

1

Terzaghi (Bolduc) 13'

 
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — (Saturday, September 12, 2020) — The Richmond Kickers (4-2-2) fell on the road Saturday afternoon to Chattanooga Red Wolves SC (4-2-3) at CHI Memorial Stadium. Emiliano Terzaghi opened the scoring in the 13th minute, but two second half goals from Chattanooga would end the Kickers unbeaten run. 
 
Terzaghi added to his season tally in the 13th minute. Mutaya Mwape brought down a long pass from Akira Fitzgerald inside the center circle. He turned to find Bolduc making a run up the right wing. The veteran midfielder picked out Terzaghi with a cross near the penalty spot, catching the ball on the volley for his seventh goal of the season. 
 
The woodwork came to the rescue for the Kickers in the 22nd minute. Ricardo Zacarias chipped the ball through for Ronaldo Pineda getting in behind the Kickers backline. Fitzgerald came out to shut down the angle as Pineda looked to put a shot on frame. His shot hit off the back post and was cleared out by Kraft. 
 
Chattanooga leveled the score in the 54th minute. Coming into the match as a substitute, Mark Hernandez had a run up the left side. As he reached the Richmond box, he slipped the ball through for Tanner Dieterich. He was able to get around Ivan Magalhães for a shot that found the back of the net for the tying goal. 
 
Steven Beattie scored the go-ahead goal late for the Red Wolves. Pineda quickly took a throw in for Hernandez. Dancing along the endline, Hernandez played the ball back for Beattie. His one-time effort was enough to get the goal and give the home side the victory late. 

The Kickers return back home to City Stadium next Saturday night, September 19 as they host Orlando City B. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. and the match will air live on WTVR CBS 6.3 and streaming on ESPN+. A limited number of tickets are still available at RichmondKickers.com/Tickets.
 

Stay up to date with the latest news from the Kickers at RichmondKickers.com and on the official team app.

BOX SCORE
TEAM FIRST HALF SECOND HALF FINAL

Chattanooga

0

2

2

Richmond

1

0

1

 
LINEUPS

Chattanooga Alex Mangels, Ricardo Ruiz, Leo Folla, Jason Ramos, Jonathan Ricketts, Josue Soto, Ualefi (53’ - Mark Hernandez), Tanner Dieterich (83’ - Steven Beattie), Conor Doyle, Ronaldo Pineda, Ricardo Zacarias (45’ - Patrick Okonkwo)

Unused Substitutes: Tim Trilk, Uchenna Uzo, Travis Nicklaw, Alexi Jaimes

Richmond Akira Fitzgerald, Scott Thomsen, Ivan Magalhães, Kyle Venter, Ian Antley, Victor Falck, Ryley Kraft (78’ - Stanley Alves), Emiliano Terzaghi, Mutaya Mwape (63’ - Jonathan Bolanos), Luke Pavone (63’ - Greg Boehme), Matt Bolduc (78’ - David Diosa)

Unused Substitutes: Lee Johnston, Wahab Ackwei, Gianluca Cuomo

STATISTICS
TEAM SHOTS SAVES FOULS CORNERS

Chattanooga

10

0

16

7

Richmond

4

0

13

0

 

SCORING SUMMARY
MIN TEAM PLAYER
13' RIC Emiliano Terzaghi (Matt Bolduc)
54' CHA Tanner Dieterich (Mark Hernandez)
90' CHA Steven Beattie (Mark Hernandez)

CAUTIONS SUMMARY
MIN TEAM PLAYER
43' CHA Ronaldo Pineda
58' RIC Luke Pavone
58' CHA Josue Soto
75' CHA Patrick Okonkwo
90' CHA Steven Beattie
90' RIC David Diosa
 
EJECTIONS SUMMARY
MIN TEAM PLAYER
None.    

 

MATCH INFORMATION
Referee: Izlen Peksenar
Assistant Referees: Austin Holt, Jonathan Fogo
Fourth Official: Kyle Johnston
Attendance: 744
Weather: Cloudy, 86 ºF