Kohima: With victories to their name in all competitions, two teams in the ongoing 4th edition of the Kohima 2022 Super Cup – G Sports FC and New Market FC – secured their semi-finals on Thursday after advancing from Pool-A .
G Sports FC entered the semi-finals as the winner of the group, after a draw against New Market FC in their last league game on Thursday at the IG Stadium, Kohima.
A match between the two best teams that needed a win to topple each other backfired as the match ended in 1-1 and G Sport’s group win was decided by draw, giving it the upper hand despite both. teams with the same goal difference of +11 and a total of 7 points.
In the game, New Market started promisingly as the team’s Limakumzuk Ao scored in the 10th minute of the game. In the second half, Yhunshalo Kemp of G Sports scored the equalizer after 60 minutes.
G Sports will then play against the number two of Pool B in the semi-finals, while New Market FC will face the winner of Pool B in the semi-final round. The best two teams from Pool B will advance to the semi-finals after the last on Friday. competition matches of the tournament.
On Thursday evening, the Hurricane Boys Phesama closed the tournament with a 2-0 victory over Sechü FC Academy in the final game for both teams. The match registered a goal each of the team Neikehiezo Kuotsu and Sisi Chuse scoring for the team to secure a win.
Despite the win, the Hurricane Boys Phesama and Sechü FC Academy are both out of the tournament as the other two best teams advance to the semi-finals.
In the competition matches of Group B on Friday, Barak FC will compete against Aphuyemi FC and A Yhome FC against Magdaline Coaching FC. With a total of 3 points each, all four teams will work their way to the next round as the win will only give them the semi-final spot.
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