After the suspense and drama of Friday night football, Saturday did not disappoint, with not just a ton of goals, but also some shocks in the results.
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ISI 0 Prey Veng 5
Considering ISI finished higher in CPL 2 last season and have spent wisely, this was a home game they should have won. Instead it was Prey Veng who dealt the masterclass.
Sophen scored the opener in the 23rd minute, his first of two, with another brace by Masatoshi and one from Omae having the game wrapped up by the 51st minute.
In defense of ISI this did not feel like a 5-0 defeat and the club also boasted a record 1,600 supporters at the ISI stadium. The result might not have gone their way, but the well liked club and their enigmatic chairman are certainly going places.
Nagwworld 1 Visakha 4
Another shock, at least for the team at BPVE. Nagaworld had been our outside tips for the title, but the club might have to settle for more reality goals after this match.
Jonato opened the scoring in the 19th minute, before an own goal by Amangeldiev doubled the lead in the 44th minute. He would though redeem himself in the 53rd minute becoming one of the few players to score a goal at both ends of the pitch in the same match.
Alas Naga could not make a game of it though, with late goals from Kakada and Sophanat sealing the game for Visakha, who so far this season look excellent. Again this did not feel like a 4-1 match, but as they say facts do not care about your feelings!
This article is adapted from BPVE, (https://bpve.com/) reported and edited from the great team – Cambodia Sports Review. (https://www.cambodiasportsreview.com/)
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