Taylor Malham saves The Razorbacks on the 85th minute.
By: Carlos Chicas & Edwin Zepeda
Photos: Carlos Chicas
On a very beautiful afternoon in Fayetteville, Arkansas ranked sixth in the nation hosted Georgia, a modest team, with a lot of grip, and little football but that complicated the life of D.T. Colby Hale and ended up drawing an important 1-1 draw against Arkansas.
The first minutes of the match was dominated by Georgia. With long balls and a lot of physical play, Georgia were dominating Arkansas. So much was the effort of the visiting team that in the 25th minut, The Bulldogs would get the 1-0 by Chloe Chapman with a shot to the second post.
At the Arkansas bench, Coach Colby Hale was very frustrated by the way his team was playing. During the first 30 minutes of the game, The Razorbacks could not find an alley to enter the Georgia defense.
Ten minutes before the end of the first half, Arkansas made some substitutes. Nayeli Pérez was one of the subsitututes, and there Arkansas began to posses the ball a little bit more. The Posession of the was difficult for Arkansas from the beginning of the game.
The fans who came to support Arkansas began to notice how difficult this match would be for The Razorbacks. The Razorbacks looked very frustrated and lacking ideas in each possession of the ball.
In the second half, and when the hopes were ending for Arkansas. The most anticipated came, the equalizer for the Razorbacks. The finished was perfect by Taylor Malham, the left leg was lethal and the strong shot ended to the far post for Arkansas to even the game 1-1 at the 85th minute. The draw forced Arkansas to go to overtime, but the score remind tie.
This was the “last” home game for Arkansas seniors, who said goodbye to their fans. Arkansas returns to action as a when they travel to Knoxville, to face Tennessee on October 31. The kick off is scheduled for 6:00 P.M.