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Carmibhatt A advance

Carmibhatt A defeated Bernado Carneiro 3-2 in a thrilling match in the 4th Pogo Boys Rolling Trophy, organised by Pogo Boys, Merces, at Merces church ground, on Saturday.

13th August 2017, 03:10 Hrs

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Sanket Govenkar of Carmibhatt A scored the first goal of the match off a corner with a fine right-footed shot after nutmegging the goalkeeper. In the sixth minute, Harish sent a lovely through ball to Rohit who then made no mistake as he slotted the ball into the back of the net to give his team a two-goal cushion.
In the 12th minute, Carminhatt's Sahil scored after a lovely ball supplied to him by goalie Sadanand. The Bernado Carneiro backline was found napping as they saw Sahil score the goal with a brilliant bit of holding and with a lot of composure as he placed the ball into the nets.
A rejuvenated Bernado Carneiro side looked to turn things around and finally managed to find the breakthrough as Adley and Meldroy made brilliant moves to get the ball past Carmibhatt defenders. Meldroy crossed in a lovely ball from the left flank as Adley calmly finished it in the 12th minute to open the account. Meldroy scored again to make it 2-3 but his team eventually fell short.

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