Home win against the run of play

Posted on April 4, 2008. Filed under: Football |

The game started off with a definite unbalanced side with Abang became the makeshift striker while Ben operates in defense. Ariz meanwhile worked on the right flank. The away side started brightly with 2 attack minded players in the form of Azmi and Izuddin creating chances after chances while Unc. Metali operating in midfield. Kazi came to add more firepower to the away side but it was the home side got got the lucky break when Abang’s driving run from midfield ploughed through sea of legs to slot in the opener. A mistake from Azmi gave away the ball cheaply deep in the home side’s turf and Ben pounced the loose ball to slot in the second for the home team.

The away team added further more firepower with Azim filling in the left flank and the previous MOTM Khalik slotted back in defense. The home team added Reza and Afif to give more fire power into the play and it was them combined upfront that caused the away side more problems. Afif got into the act by scoring 2 more goals and Reza added another 2. The away team did manage to score 3 goals courtesy of 2 from Kazi and a goal from Izuddin.

MOTM: Abang for his great positioning and well timed tackles.

Latest update:

1. Reza – 53 goals

2. Azmi – 52 goals

3. Kazi – 36 goals

4. Afif – 34 goals

5. Ben – 31 goals

6. Izuddin – 19 goals

7. Khalik – 15 goals

8. Ariz – 13 goals

9. Abang – 12 goals

10. Kilin – 11 goals

11. Jimbo – 7 goals

12. Unc.Metali – 7 goals

13. O’Neil – 6 goals

14. Azmi – 2 goals

15. Alif – 1 goal

16. Amirul – 1 goal


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