By Eyong Macdella
Isles of hope Sports Academy thrashed Treviso FC 4-O at the Tiko Town Green Stadium on Saturday April 23, 2022.
The encounter counting for Match day Three Of the South West Regional league saw a resilient Isosha Side battle against pool B rivals Trevisio.
Isohsa dominated the opening exchanges and Treviso’s difficulties were worsened by their own defender, Atabong Nobert, who in the course of clearing danger, found the back of his own net at the 32nd minute of play.
Nwokeke Precious scored the second for ISOSHA just three minutes after they celebrated the first goal from a long range shot taking advantage of Norbert’ defense error again and lack of communication with his goalkeeper Landry Mbah.
Unfortunately, Mbah could not finish the first segment of the game due to an injury. kelvin Obi Ekema was brought in.
At the other end in the 18m box was former Tiko United Ebere Festus who brilliantly and with all experience made about three decisive saves in the first segment.
All efforts particularly from Captain Joel Atud Teboh of Treviso were stopped by Ebere.
The first 45 minutes of the game ended 2 nil in favor of the boys from Limbe.
Four minutes into the second half, Treviso Fc suffered another blow when a foul from her side caused the referee to point the spot for a penalty.
Randi Ngongeh, walked up to the box, took the penalty and made it goal number three for Isosha, netting an unstoppable shot.
Eyong Agbor Bessem Bogard’s relentless efforts throughout the game contributed to his ISOSHA’s clean sheet.
Isosha brilliantly defended to keep a clean sheet while its swift and prolific attackers who were well engaged in the game and was proved when Arrey Thomas came off from the bench and scored the finisher to seal a 4-0 Victory for the visitors at the 86th minute.
The win ensured Isosha continued her unbeaten run since the start of the league and go top of Pool B with now 7 points.
Treviso have four points earned after a draw in match day two and win in their first game against Buea United.
This clash put a cap on Saturday’s match day three games played at the Tiko Town Green Stadium with all the host teams beaten at home as Ajax lost to HO Academy of Limbe 3-1.
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