NBT FC BEAT INDERA FC 4-3

Zul Hilmi Rosli
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN
Wednesday, June 11, 2008

NBT FC was victorious in their match against Indera FC 4-3 in the Brunei Premier League 1 at the JBS Stadium last night.

Indera started off their campaign with a 2-1 lead in the first half.

The first two goals were slip ups by NBT's defenders as the first goal was an own goal in the 18th minute and the second was a horrendous mistake as a defender's pass was too weak to reach the goalkeeper and was intercepted in the 27th minute. Both goals were claimed by Indera's Jasli Masri.

Afindiyati Hj Tuah managed to squeeze in a goal for NBT just before half time in the 40th minute.

As the second half started NBT showed no mercy improving both on their teamwork and accurate passing. Their efforts paid off as a through ball to Afindiyati and his well timed run let him chip the ball pass the goalkeeper in the 52nd minute.

In the 56th minute, NBT were given a free kick just outside the penalty box, the ball soared high and right of the goal post where Afindiyati managed to head the ball to Hassan Fadly Hassan Ahmad as he scored with a header as well.

Their efforts didn't finish there, in the 65th minute Fazri Jumat's header from a corner found the back of the net through the goal keeper's legs and sent the crowd roaring.

Indera FC players showed signs of lacking stamina as they nearly let more goals through a weakened defence. Nevertheless Ak Saiful Rezam Pg Anak Said lessened the pain of losing with a goal mouth scramble goal just before end time in the 86th minute.

"In the first half we simply gave away those two goals so I made sure I gave them a pep talk during half time," NBT FC's coach Moksen Mohammad said.

"Suddenly in the second half our style of play changed, our passing was more accurate and was more focused and determined. I am content with the win especially after managing to regain the lead," he added.

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