SRINAGAR: Two matches of Khyber Premier Division League were played on Saturday at Synthetic Turf TRC, here.
The first match of the day was played between Ali Jana FC and J&K Forest XI. Ali Jana FC dominated the show against J&K Forest XI.
The first half seemed to be virtually dominated by Ali Jana FC. They made certain brilliant moves at the goal but their attempts were foiled by Goalkeeper of J&K Forest XI. Both teams had several chances to score but the first half ended 0-0.
In the second half, J&K Forest succeeded in taking the lead through Sameer in 60th minute. However, Ali Jana FC gathered momentum and got the equalising goal through Kojo Obeng in the 86th minute. Ali Jana then consolidated its lead through Adil in the 88th minute. Bismark of Ali Jana FC added the third goal.
At full time whistle, the score line read 3-1 in favour of Ali Jana FC. Adil of Ali Jana FC was declared man of the Match.
The second match of the day was played between J&K Bank XI and Food & Supplies XI. J&K Bank totally dominated Food & Supplies and won the match 5 goals to 0. J&k Bank scored three goals in the first half and added two more in the second to defeat F&S XI 5-0. Akif scored three goals and Adnan and Waris scored one each for J&K Bank XI. Akif was awarded man of the match for his splendid performance.
The Tournament is being sponsored by Khyber Milk, AMRL Labs, Arise Hyundai. The Premier Division is also being telecast live by Frisk Film Production on ANN News Channel and their social media.
A-Division League: Two Matches Played
In the ongoing DFA Srinagar A-Division League, two matches were played at Gindun Ground Rajbagh.
In the first match between Central Football Academy and Rising Star FC, Central Football Academy defeated Rising Star FC 4-2.
The second A-Division match was played Nadur Gund FC and Mehjoor FC, which was won by Nadur Gund FC 2-1.
The Tournament is organized by JKFA in collaboration with JKSC.
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