FH: ISI 1-1 Svay Rieng
‘Fergie Time’ was what we used to call it in England when United used to win games late. In reality what it was was championa being champions and finding a way to win. Svay Rieng are well on their way with four wins from four and a goal scorer with a nak for late goals.
The game opened with ISI dominating the ball without creating anything clear cut. Defending from the front they were doing an excellent job if stopping the service into wide areas which meant Svay Rieng were not creating much either. The breakthrough came on 30 minutes when Jinreyong put into his own net following good work down the left from Svay Rieng. Just as half time approached Timor midfielder Frith leveled with a long range strike for his first goal in Cambodian football.
SH: ISI 1-2 Svay Rieng
Second half kicked off with ISI asking all the questions. The fans in good voice and Svay Rieng slow out the traps, there was good reason for ISI to feel this game was theirs. Kader went close and Willy failed to take advantage of good situations by taking an extra touch when he didn’t need to.
We the game was winding down and heading for the draw one lspse in concentration cost ISI the game. Haber unmarked in the penalty area headed home to send Svay Rieng to of the table and Haber now has six in four games, all headers and 4 inside the last 15 minutes of games.
What Did We Learn?
When you win a league title you will look back across the season and pin point moments that could’ve derailed you. This will be one for Svay Rieng.
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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