Georgia Revolution FC Defeats Inter Nashville FC 3-2
By Georgia Revolution FC
Georgia Revolution FC finished their 2019 NPSL season with a 3-2 win over Inter Nashville FC
at the International Indoor Soccer Complex to finish their season 3-6-1. The Revolution
controlled the first half of the game with a flurry of offense and quick passing that led to the first
goal by forward Alex Harlley that was set up by an in-swinging pass by midfielder Aaron
Whitten early in the game. Following that goal the Revolution did not let up and secured a
penalty kick towards the end of the first half which forward Avery Sheppard slotted into the goal
to secure a 2-0 halftime lead.
Following halftime, Inter Nashville FC made several changes leading to two goals successively
in the early stages of the second half which led to the game being tied until the latter stages until
Harlley scored off a set piece to bring the Revolution ahead 3-2. This is the second straight
season where the Georgia Revolution FC have won 3-2 at the International Indoor Soccer
Complex against Inter Nashville FC.
The Georgia Revolution FC end their season with their leading goal scorer being forward Jumar
Oakley who ended the season with five goals and tied for second all-time for Revolution goals
with former Revs forward Isaac Promise. The leading appearances for the Revolution for the
2019 season end with a tie between midfielders Aaron Whitten and Toni Tiente who played in all
10 games for the Revolution in both their second seasons for the club. The final Man of the
Match for the Revolution in 2019 was Alex Harlley whose brace led the Revs to their final win
of the season against Inter Nashville FC. The Revolution had 10 different Man of the Match
winners in 2019 that included fullback Jack Gurr, defender Nate Johnson, defender Eduardo
Gomes, fullback Sergio Sereeira, and goalkeeper Evan Gaffney.
Georgia Revolution FC finished their season 3-6-1 finishing in fifth place in the Southeast
Conference with 10 points on the season and six points clear of their crosstown rivals Atlanta
SC. Georgia Revolution FC look forward to participating again in the NPSL in 2020 and
continuing building their soccer program from the youth level and upward within Henry County
and the Southern Crescent area of Atlanta.
Photo Credit: Matt Laczko/Georgia Revolution FC