by Mar Millán

After a match in which the Mexican team had 42 shots on goal while the visiting team had 18, Savage of Chihuahua won again at home and obtained their fourth victory by a landslide against the team from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and with this they have 13 points in the Major Arena Soccer League of the United States.

The first quarter began with a start that favored the visiting team with the first goal of the game courtesy of Malcom Harris, but it did not last long because a few minutes later Hugo "The Rock" Puentes scored a great goal to tie the game, then came the goals of Savage by Kike Cañez and Jorge "Pareja" Rios, ending the first 15 minutes in a 3 to 3 to 3.

At the beginning of the second quarter Pareja Rios scored his 18th goal giving the advantage to the local team, being the top scorer of the Chihuahua team, in a period a little slow compared to the intensity of the previous quarter, culminating in a 4-5 in favor of Savage Cuu.

Returning from the break the last two quarters is when the scoring started for Harrisburg Heat with differences of up to 4 goals where the Savage team dominated the field, winning with a score of 11-6.

In the words of team captain David "Gonzo" Gonzalez says he is happy for the unity and teamwork of his teammates in this game that although they achieved the victory, the first two quarters were a bit difficult, but they hope to improve for the next game at home against Harrisburg.

The next game will be today Saturday February 19th at the Corner Sport Arena again against Harrisburg Heat.