Dayton earns late victory over Belmont

September 4, 2016

DAYTON, Ohio – The University of Dayton men’s soccer team scored in the 103rd minute to pick up a 2-1 double overtime win over Belmont Sunday.

The Flyers (2-2-0) kept their winning streak alive with a hard-fought victory against a tough Belmont (1-2-1) squad. Dayton dominated possession and recorded a staggering 42 shots in the game.

SCORING BREAKDOWN

  • 57th Minute – Dayton 1, Belmont 0 – Senior defender Lalas Abubakar slotted home a deflected shot off the set piece from freshman Rok Taneski.
  • 61st Minute – Dayton 1, Belmont 1 – Belmont equalized on the penalty kick by Dennis Kluba.
  • 103rd Minute – Dayton 2, Belmont 1 – Sophomore Kennedy Nwabia headed home the cross from freshman David Lianes for the gamewinner.

KEY STATS

  • Dayton outshot Belmont in the contest 42-5.
  • The Flyers put 16 shots on target compared to the Bruins’ two.
  • In the first half, Dayton had a 19-2 shot advantage, putting six on target.
  • Goalkeeper Justin Saliba recorded one save in his third start, improving his record to 2-1.
  • Belmont committed 11 fouls to Dayton’s seven.
  • Not only did the Flyers have the shot advantage, but they also had 12 corners compared to the Bruins’ three.
  • Taneski led Dayton with seven shots, three on target, while Nwabia added six, three on goal.

UP NEXT

  • The Flyers will head to Wilmington, N.C. next weekend for the UNCW Courtyard by Marriott Classic. Dayton plays host UNC-Wilmington Friday at 7:30 p.m. before taking on Marist Sunday at 12 p.m.
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