Football: Heartbreaking loss for Rouge et Ore

Football: Heartbreaking loss for Rouge et Ore

Rouge Eight or the women’s soccer team will not have the opportunity to fight for gold at the U Sports Championships in Sydney, Nova Scotia tomorrow.

Under a 4-2 loss at the hands of the country’s number one ranked team in the second overtime of the semi-finals, Trinity Western, David Deslaugs’ dependents, will have to settle for a bronze medal duel tomorrow. In the morning, against UBC.

“We had a very hotly contested match. The effort given is immense. This is one of the toughest defeats of my life because of the context and the stakes,” lamented the coach.

“In the first half, both the teams exchanged good times, but we completely dominated the second half. It is a shame,” he said.

a goal that hurts

The stakes were apparently a place in the final. The context is that with a 2–1 lead, Rouge et Orr saw their rivals score a goal in the final minute of the game to force overtime.

“We only scored twice in the last eight minutes. It is very difficult to lose like this. The girls really deserved a better fate. We experience many emotions. We have to mourn this match in order to perform in the next match,” Deslogs said.

Mathilde Rousseau scored both goals for Rouge et Or.

men are fine

For their part, the men won their duel against UBC by a score of 4–2 in the consolation semi-final. They were avenging their failure against Cape Breton on Thursday.

Laval resident 23. was the first player to score inI Minutes, when Dorian Souelm hit the target.

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UBC leveled the score, but Wasim Chauki got Laval back on track with his first two goals.

At the end of the game, Baptiste Toussaint scored the insurance goal.


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