Travel sickness

MEFC traveled to Changamwe to play against Changamwe Super Eagles (CSE). The last time the 2 met at the same ground the match ended 1-1. The teams are now 2 places from each other with MEC 5th while CSE at 7th. Both teams were coming from resounding victories and they wanted to continue in that form. This set up a high-octane match as the morale of each team was high. A host of changes by MEFC saw
Okumu, Seif, Suleiman, Ouma and Abdul come in. The team was looking to the forwards of Abdul, Evans and Abijah to provide a good focal point for our attack with Max, Sebunya and Okumu providing anchorage at the middle. ربح المال من الانترنت Our flying fullbacks in Seif and Sulieman for their marauding runs and feisty tackles with the calm heads in Juma and Chichi at center back roles. Ouma was between the sticks.

First Half

The hosts, CSE, started with 2 quick attacks. A long range shot from the right clipped the bar but Ouma had the post covered. Then from the left another long-range shot had Ouma scampering to get in position to save but fortunately the shot was wide of the mark. The Eagles then fashioned a chance in the 8th minute with Abdul being put clean through by Abijah but he was deemed to be offside. MEFC was now
settling. A foul on the 10th minute provided a chance to put in a delivery from the left side. Juma did a good delivery which found Max at the back post but he couldn’t convert the chance.

The home crowd had now become quiet. Some good interchange of passes from the right side saw a good interchange of passes from Seif, Sebunya and Evans but the lovely cross put in was gathered by the keeper. The hosts nearly went ahead from a freekick that was floated in. Ouma parried it away but the ball fell to the CFC and an attempted bicycle-kick saw the chance go begging. Some good interchange of passes all around the team ensured that there was palpable silence from the home crowd. We were now in control with us having better control of the game. كيفية لعب بلاك جاك We just needed to ensure that our final ball was right

Second Half

The Eagles stepped back in the 2nd half with a determination to win and capitalize on their supremacy. In the 59th minute lovely work from the right saw Okumu collect a loose ball and feed Seif who passed towards Abdul. Abdul gave chase and got there before the CSE defender. He dribbled past one defender and was now in the box. Another defender clattered into him but not before he managed to pass the ball to
Max who couldn’t miss from so close. 1-0 to Eagles.

CSE now got aggressive wanting to restore parity. افضل كازينو اون لاين MEFC wasn’t letting them and this saw the physicality increase. The tackles were flying, there was pushing and shoving. This saw the referee brandish several cards to either team

Changamwe got a corner on the 72nd minute. We dealt with the first delivery, then the second attempt from came and we handled it but not so well. We couldn’t clear our lines well and a firm shot to the left bottom corner gave Ouma no chance. 1-1. The crowd had now woken up, Changamwe was also now energized but belief never waivered from the Eagles corner and we just continued playing.

Late into the half, 85th minute saw us get a foul. A quickly taken freekick by Okumu found Evans in acres of space. He put the ball under control before the defenders arrived. No sooner had his marker caught up with him than Evans lifted his head to see Abijah making a run on the blind side of the CSE defense. An expertly measured ball beyond the leap of their towering center-back saw Abijah control the pass. He was
now through on goal, eye-ball to eye-ball with the keeper, he didn’t miss a step and coolly dispatched his shot. Cue the delirium from the MEFC bench and players. 2-1. Changamwe were broken. They huffed and puffed but didn’t threaten the MEFC goal with Chichi, Juma
and Ouma coming up tops in any attempt for the reminder of the match. A famous sweet away win. Everyone dug deep to see the win. Up next Kitaka FC at fortress Serani.


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