Post by Jeff Salleh on Mar 15, 2016 14:22:20 GMT 8
Whites started brightly and played very good football; keeping it on the ground and lots of movement accompanied with strength. Whites raced to a 2-0 lead with some good passing and continued to hold the greater possession of the ball. Reds managed to sneak in a goal and continued hitting the long passes with a mix of quick counters whenever they can. A weak second goal was conceded for reds to equalized. While Whites tried to keep the same fluidity of passing and tempo coupled with the eagerness to get goals, it left open gaps at the back for the Whites. Reds exploited that with well taken half-chances and raced to a 6-2 lead - a couple of good goals but also a couple of Whites own undoing.
Whites scored the last goal to make it 6-3 and soon after the lights went off. Unfortunate for Whites to lose to such scoreline but the first 25mins to 30mins was one of the best play I've been part of for a while. Credit to Reds to continue digging it and exploiting the frailties at the back.
Can't remember whose ball is used - owner can claim your ball credit.