Knights Go down in Thriller

It was a cold night at Somers Street, but both sides came out hot, in the end, Heidelberg took home the points.

The atmosphere was heightened and loud as the Berger fans came out to watch their undefeated side take on the Knights at home, with both sets of fans creating quite a bit of noise.

The Knights and Bergers went in hard and fast to kick off the game, with the pressure in attack and defence high as both sides attempted to be the first to hit the scoreboard.

With this pacey game creating opportunities for each side, the goalies had their work cut out for them, but neither Chris Oldfield nor Yaren Sozer allowed a strike to hit the back of the net.

Both sides went into the halftime break feeling optimistic but scoreless.

The second half began the same way the first did. Both sides came out ready to be the first on the scoreboard.

Unfortunately for the Knights, the Bergers were able to do that in the 62nd minute thanks to a Nicholas Olsen strike.

And while the Knights had their chances, with six shots on target compared to two, they were ultimately unable to covert, leading the Bergers to a 0-1 over the side.

We again attempt to gain another three points as we take on Altona Magic away from home at Paisley Park on Saturday, 20 April at 6:15pm. Hope to see you all there.

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