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Sunday Blacks Still Looking For Breakthrough

Posted on December 4, 2017 at 10:40 PM

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By Chua Yuxuan

The putrefaction of Hilderinc Twā Football Club continued as they slumped to a 6-2 defeat at the hands of another familiar foe, May Kha FC, their third consecutive defeat in the D2D Sunday PM league, incidentally, all against Burmese opponents.

Even with the help of Hilderincs FC regulars Ian Morris, Yong Kiat and Wong Yih-Khai, the Twās could not find any rhythm or flow to their game against May Kha.

But it was HTFC who drew first blood in the opening ten minutes when a well worked freekick was sent into the opponent’s six yard box, when Logaraj Sundram’s header was met by the fumbling keeper, who somehow allowed the ball to bobble into his own goal.

That was all to the Hilderinc’s game as the goal galvanised May Kha FC, and they threw everything they have at The Blacks.

Unfortunately for the Blacks, defensive error and tactical confusion allowed May Kha FC to pile up the scoreline, eventually taking a 3-1 lead at the break.

Change of personals and formation in the second half saw a more composed HTFC, and they started gaining control of the match.

However, all efforts for a comeback went downhill as more sloppy defensive errors at the back ensured that the Blacks found no way back into the game.

The Hilderincs were clearly playing to control damage and every subsequent goal let in was just another blow to their confidence.

A consolation goal by Matthew Joseph after a goal mouth melee from a Twās’ corner was all that it was, a consolation.

Final Score

Hilderinc Twā FC 2 : 6 May Kha FC

Goals: Own Goal, Matthew Joseph

MOTM: Darren Tan

Starting Line Up

1. Lim Yong Kiat

2. Chua Yuxuan

3. Kavin Singh

4. Darren Tan

5. Arkar Myint

6. Kumaresan Maniam

7. Joe Kyaw

8. Mohana Raj “Heskey”

9. Logaraj Sundram

10. Omar Mahnin

11. Sashikumar Mahathevan


12. Ian Morris

13. Matthew Joseph

14. David Zheng

15. Fahmi Noor

16. Wong Yih-Khai


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