November 19, 2019

After going down in the earlier weekend, the San Francisco bounced back to get a win last Sunday. Their week 11 campaign saw them defeat the Arizona Cardinals 36-26. This was the first time they swept the Cardinals since their rollercoaster 2013 victory.

Quarter 1

The Cardinals were first to get on the score-board. They began the match on top form getting a field goal and a touchdown during the first quarter. Gonzalez scored the field goal from 26 yards out while Fitzgerald scored the touchdown.

Quarter 2

The hosts bounced back into the match during the second quarter. This was courtesy of Dwelley’s touchdown and McLaughlin’s 43-yard field goal. Earlier into the quarter, P. Cooper had scored a touchdown for the visiting side.

Quarter 3

Dwelley scored yet another touchdown for the home team. Gonzalez managed to successfully take a 43-yard field goal attempt to ensure that the visitors were never left behind.

Quarter 4

The hosts managed to ensure a victory during the final quarter of the match. This was after they got three incredible touchdowns while the visitors only managed to get one. Murray scored the touchdown for the Cardinals.

Bourne and Wilson scored the first two touchdowns for the hosts during the final quarter. Then, D. Reed recovered the ball after a fumble by the Cardinals to score the final touchdown for the 49ers. Stay tuned to know how the other matches ended.

 


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