ISI 1- 0 Angkor Tiger, AIA Stadium
First Half: ISI 0-0 Tiger
The AIA Stadium will be a stadium hosting many big fixtures these coming years but none bigger than this first ever fixture in Cambodia’s top division. Probably nine better teams to play against but Tiger played their part in an entertaining game.
Tiger opened the better of the two teams their new foreign imports throwing themselves around trying to bully the ISI players and winning the overall battle.
Sovann Dauna is growing into a real star in this team, his skillful movement both with and without the ball is hard to defend against. Midway through the half he his delightful flick was heading into the net but one of those newly eager foreigners tapped home from an offside position.
Second Half: ISI 1-0 Tiger
The second half was just as exciting as the first and on 8 minutes when ISI talisman Coulibaly opened his account it burst even further into life.
What you cannot do it’s give this man a free kick. You knew it was going in.
Timor midfielder John Frits was excellent and debutant Toi justified his call up to the U23 this weekend.
Tiger had a couple big chances towards the end, Wilmot went close with a header but all in all they offered very little as an attacking threat.
What Did We Learn?
ISI are a threat to anyone. They don’t have any weaknesses and a fan base making lots of noise.
Tiger will be hard to beat, win a few big ones but we know they won’t be threatening anyone.
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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