Wasted chances proved costly

Posted on May 18, 2008. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Rather than pointing out luck as the main issue of today’s game, it was the home side’s failure to covert guilt edged chances that proved to be costly. The fell behind only in just a few minutes when Unc.Metali opened the scoring when his ball went in between Ben’s legs. The second came in about 20 minutes later when Azmi manged to elude Ben on the left flank and his shot went in between when Khalik deflected the ball in.

But the home team rallied and got the goal they wanted after a fine piece of work from Reza on the right gave Kazi the easiest of tap ins to put the game beyond the home team. It was the same combination again that gave the home team the equalizer. Kazi’s shot deflected in via Azmi’s knee.

By now the visitors resorted to playing long balls from Jimbo. It was again an own goal from Khalik that gave the visitors the lead when he diverted Azmi’s cross into his own goal. The home side threw everything in attack and proved to be too late as the away side defended their lead. Reza, Ben, Khalik and Kazi all had chances to put the game beyond the away side…

MOTM: Jimbo, defended resolutely and glorious long balls.

Latest update:

1. Azmi – 64 goals

2. Reza – 61 goals

3. Kazi – 47 goals

4. Ben – 44 goals

5. Afif – 36 goals

6. Izuddin – 23 goals

7. Kilin – 21 goals

8. Khalik – 17 goals

9.Ariz – 16 goals

10. Abang – 14 goals

11. Jimbo – 14 goals

12. Unc.Metali – 12 goals

13. O’Neil – 6 goals

14. Azmi – 2 goals

15. Alif – 1 goal

16. Amirul – 1 goal


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