Bank score 7 against SCFA, Heroes secure 4-3 win over Ali Jana
SRINAGAR: In the ongoing Khyber Premier Football League 2021 two matches of Premier Division were played on Wednesday at Synthetic Turf TRC here.
First match of the Premier Division was played between State Football Academy and J&K Bank XI. J&K Bank dominated right from the start and scored the first goal against JK State Sports Council in the 6th minute through Furqan J&K Bank scored two more goals in the 11th minute and 43rd minute through Furqan and Aakif, respectively. The half time score was 3-0 in favour of J&K Bank XI.
In the second half J&K Bank team scored four more goals as Adnan, Faisal, Shahid and Toufeeq scored one goal each. Furqan of J&K Bank scored two goals and was declared man of the match.
The second match of the day was played between Downtown Heroes FC and Ali Jana FC. The match turned into a thrilling encounter as the high voltage match saw many ups and downs and both the teams tried to make full use of the opportunities they got to score.
In the first half, Ali Jana FC scored two goals via Bismark and Faizan to take strong lead into the second. However, the second half proved to be a different affair as Downtown Heroes FC scripted an epic comeback.
The Heroes scored two goals in quick succession to bring things level with Ali Jana FC at 2-2. Ali Jana took the lead again in 61st minute and Downtown Heroes FC again levelled in the 70th minute making the score 3-3.
In the final moments of the second half, Downtown Heroes FC succeeded in scoring the decisive goal through Shafqat, and beat Ali Jana FC by 4 goals to 3. Frank of Downtown Heroes FC was declared man of the match.
The JKFA Premier Division can be watched live on ANN News Channel.
Two matches of the Srinagar A-Division League were played at Gindun Ground Rajbagh Srinagar on Wednesday.
The first match was played between Real Casmos FC and Nishat FC, which the Real Cosmos FC won 2-0. In the second match, Al- Rashid FC and Baghi Hamdan FC played a goalless draw.
The Tournament is organized by JKFA in collaboration with JKSC.
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