Sun, 03 Feb 2019 14:31 - Updated Sun, 03 Feb 2019 14:31
GirabolaZap: Maquis end championship’s first leg with draw
Luena - The FC Bravos do Maquis team last Saturday in their home, in Luena City’s Mundunduleno Stadium, ended with a 1-1 draw with Interclube the 15th and last round of the first leg of the top division football championship (GirabolaZap2018/19).
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The home team started the game with great impetus and dominated it for the initial minutes, while Interclube tried to find the best way to counteract the opponents.
FC Bravos do Maquis opened the score at 32 minutes through Mussumari, and the first half of the game ended with this result.
In the second half, Interclube showed more of an attacking posture and taking better control of possession.
Interclube’s coach, Bruno Ribeiro, took out Filipe and put Lomalisa in the game who managed to draw the match with a superb goal at 82 minutes.
With the game reaching a draw, Zeca Amaral does operates other changes in the squad, in search of the tie breaker, however without success.
With this draw, FC Bravos do Maquis has 20 points in the sixth place of the standing, while Interclube come eighth with 17 points.
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