18 May 2015

Indera SC thrash Najip FC

Monday, May 18, 2015

DEFENDING champions Indera SC stamped its authority and sent a warning to their title contenders after battering Najip FC 7-0 in the DST Super League match last night.
Former league leaders Najip FC came into the game undefeated but Indera had momentum on their side after recently demolishing Kilanas FC 8-1.
But five Indera SC goals in the first half was too hot for Najip FC to handle as Indera devoured them 7-0 and usurped the former league leaders from the DST Super League throne. Seven-star Indera are now level on 12 points but Indera are over the latter via a superior goal difference as well as hold a game in hand.
Indera Sports Club manager Rosdin Hj Abdul Aziz in an interview with The Brunei Times said that even he was surprised by the scoreline and did not expect his team to win in such an emphatic fashion.
“I’m really happy with the game, I did not expect a big win with two of our players playing at the BIBD At-Tamwil University Cup,” he said.
“The boys played according to our strategy – which is to control the midfield.
“We know that Najip FC have experienced defenders but we also knew that we have fast pace wingers, so we exploited that fact and Alhamdulillah it paid off.”
And control the midfield they did as Najip FC struggled to bring the ball past the halfway line.
The manager also hailed his industrious back four which was very solid, securing a cleansheet and even had their right back get on the scoresheet.
Indera SC’s Sahrin Momin broke the deadlock at 11th minute.
Ten minutes later, solid right back Muhd Alif Hj Mahdini industriously overlapped forward and sent a like-a-bullet-shot top corner goal to give the Najip FC’s goalkeeper absolutely no chance.
Indera SC player Sam Frank was then atrociously given too much space by Najip FC’s defenders to take a shot and beat the Najip’s goalkeeper once more.
Hamizan Aziz Sulaiman and Mohd Asri Hj Aspari then made it 5-0 before the break.
Three minutes in the second half, Mohd Afi Aminuddin extended Indera Sc’s lead again and Sahrin Momin hammered the final nail in Najip FC’s coffin scoring from a freekick to make it 7-0.
Earlier in the day, Jerudong FC bounced back from their previous loss to Wijaya FC and secured a 4-1 win against Lun Bawang to jump from eighth to sixth place.

The Brunei Times

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