Stanford Wins NCAA Soccer Championship

Stanford and Clemson had finally made their way through very brutal semifinals. After double elimination rounds in the NCAA College Cup where none of the teams scored at the regular time, Stanford and Clemson had to fight their way through penalty shootout whereby their win enabled them to progress to the finals.

It was a great weekend for all those betting on football and soccer lovers in general. Especially Sunday where we witnessed the breathtaking match in NCAA Championship final fixture between the Clemson and Stanford. The long awaited match commencement at 2 p.m. Sunday evening at Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kans. The pressure built before the match in the soccer betting world was overwhelming with every side expecting their team to shine like the stars. With the pressure on the players and their team manager being even greater, the players had no choice but to unleash everything they have ever learned. As it is known, it not whether you lose or win but it is the responsibility of the players to leave everything they have on the field.

The Stanford soccer team celebrates in the wake of winning the NCAA College Cup title soccer match after beating Clemson 4-0. The game started on a high note with the first goal in the second minute. Stanford off to an early lead when Jordan Morris, juniors star scored the first goal when he was set by his teammate Verso and Corey Baird. The goal from Stanford star created a huge anxiety in soccer betting and for those betting on football; it was a sign of hope and relief. “It was good to get one early,” said Morris when he was interviewed. Morris scored again in the 51st minute, and Vincent scored a penalty shot in 20 minutes sometime later to make it 3-0. Eric Verso scored the fourth. Verso sent his shot into the right base corner of the goal and helped on one of Morris’ goals. Erin verso celebration will go into the books for the best celebration of all time when he celebrated his goal by removing his pullover in festivity. That goal was the one and only goal he had scored this year. He was so glad he had at long last scored, particularly in the finals. “I wasn’t thinking by then. I was just truly energized.” He said.