24 August 2018

DPMM FC come back to draw against Warriors

by Fadhil Yunus  

DPMM FC recovered from two goals down to draw 2-2 with Warriors FC in the quarter-final first leg of the Singapore Cup at the Jalan Besar Stadium in Singapore last night.
The visitors took the lead through 18-goal forward Jonathan Behe who struck a sublime free-kick in the eighth minute.
DPMM FC head coach Rene Weber has identified the lethal striker as a main threat ahead of the game and he asserted their claim with an early strike.
Ignatius Ang doubled the lead for the Warriors through a stunner from outside the box in the 35th minute after being picked up by a team-mate on the flanks.
However, the Gegar Gegar men pulled one back with Brian McLean steering the ball home after it rebounded off the goalpost in the 65th minute.
Azwan Ali prevented the ball from going out the by-line and found Volodymyr Pryimov who knocked the ball into goal but his effort was denied by Warriors goalkeeper Mukundan Maran with a fine stop.
But there was little that he could do when the ball brushed against the post as McLean pounced to get DPMM FC on the board.
DPMM FC forward Volodymyr Pryimov restored parity for the designated hosts following a show of good teamwork in the 84th minute.
DPMM FC in-form forward Adi Said brilliantly skipped his marker before releasing the ball to the Ukrainian who fired with aplomb to rescue his team from a deficit.

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