Felipe Oliveira will always remember the night the Chattanooga Football Club defeated AFC Mobile 9-0, albeit in an exhibition match.

In front of 3,827 fans at Finley Stadium, Oliveira had his way offensively in the soccer rout with goals in the 33rd and 45th minutes.

The heads-up attacker also laid in a beautiful touch to the left post that Max Wilschrey slid in the netting to tie a record for most goals in a single match in club history.

This was the first game my mom has ever been able to come watch me play in Chattanooga,” said Oliveira, a third-year CFC standout who was named the Clumpies man of the match. “I ran to her after both goals. I went up to her and told her I loved her each time. It’s always special to score in front of our fans, but having her here made it even more special.”

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