“I told all my teammates the next time I scored I was going to do it — it was pre-planned,” said Jeremy, adding he thought he had solid execution with the celebration. Prior to the goals, Saugus (3-1-2) goalkeeper Matt Sayers made a superb save off a Burroughs (4-3-1) penalty kick, diving to his left and adding a fist bump to boot. “Matt is a very competitive guy,” Groller said. “Especially when there’s a call in the box he doesn’t necessarily agree with, he just gets into it. He’s very passionate and you could see it in his eyes. “ … It was huge to not go down there. A one-goal deficit is huge in that spot.”
Jeremy Hindigian had Saugus’ second goal on this laser that I clearly wasn’t ready for. I’m giving the Dead Fish celebration an A+. pic.twitter.com/xlYDHwQMZX— Ryan Posner (@ryanposner_) December 16, 2017
Sayers had four saves on the day. Saugus had four shots on goal, with Frank Ornelas and Landeros chipping in one apiece, along with Sullivan and Jeremy Hindigian. The Cents continue their preleague slate Tuesday with a home match against Westlake.
Beauty of a save here on a penalty kick to keep Burroughs off the board. Saugus 0, Burroughs 0, 27:52 to go in second half. pic.twitter.com/CYFcStQY9v— Ryan Posner (@ryanposner_) December 16, 2017