Eats Easy x The Game, Paire FC rout foes

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EATS Easy x The Game remains supreme in the Men's M-League Masters as they earned their second straight win powering past Matansa Football Club 11-6 last Sunday held at the NMI Soccer Training Center.

Eats Easy were quick to pull the trigger as they went for the kill as soon as the ball dropped highlighting Kosuke Sato who fired the first goal in the very first minute of the game to gain control. Sato continued to deliver as he added another goal at the 12th minute to stretch the gap.

MFC finally found an answer at the 20th mark as Dhiraj Chhetri broke through and finished strong shedding some light for his team. However Sato completed the hat-trick with his third straight goal at the 24th minute to regain the safe distance 3-1 before ending the first half.

Sato was not done despite the hafltime break as he prolonged his dominance. He could not be stopped as he drained three more goals starting from the 36th, 40th and 50th marks to give Eats Easy a sense of relief.

MFC did found their second wind as five goals were made with teamwork. Azmad Khan, Jack Phan, Kamrul Kamrul and Lar Wongpaya contributed a goal each. But their efforts were still not enough to reduce the deficit as Eats Easy also joined the scoring spree with Fradel Sedillo and Jershwin Angeles making two goals apiece to secure the win 11-6.

Paire Football Club evened their record as they bagged their first win of the season over Los Viejos in a close battle 5-4.

It was a seesaw battle with Los Viejos breaking the ice at the second minute by Dan Wollak. PFC managed to retaliate a minute later by Trey Dunn to tie the game 1-1. After nearly 20 minutes of play Los Viejos gained control once more with Wollak sinking his second goal at the 25th minute but was quickly answered back again by Dunn at the 28th minute to hold a deadlock of 2-2.

It was not until to the second half where PFC took control for the first time as Dunn earned the hat-trick with his third shot at the 37th mark while Yogi Singh joined in the run with a goal at the 46th mark to extend the distance 4-2. Los Viejos continued to fight as Tyce Mister connected a shot at three minutes later but was matched by Whit Atizer at the 54th minute to remain ahead.

Los Viejos pulled out all the strings during the last few minutes of the game and was rewarded at the 70th minute but without more time on their hands, settled for the defeat 4-5 to the hands of PFC.

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