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Workers Cup Match Roundup

05/03/2017
 
 
Workers Cup Match Roundup
 
Group A
 
Shapoorji Pallonji 4 vs BOTC 1
 
In the first game of weekend saw Shapoorji Pallonji registered a 4-1 win against BOTC. BOTC opened the scoring in the 7th minute but after that it was all about Shapoorji Pallonji, who came from behind to eventually win 4-1.
 
Nakheel Landscapes 3 vs Galfar Al Misnad 1

Nakheel staved off a determined Galfar side with a thrilling 3-1 win. Mohammed opened the scoring in the 16th minute with a well taken penaltyNakheel doubled their lead and took a a decisive grip of the tie with a second goal six minutes later by Faisal who scored with a towering header from a corner kick. Galfa pulled a goal back one back in the 28th minute However, Kanote ensured three points for Nakheel minutes later.
 
Group B
 
Delta Doha Corporation 4 vs Aktor S.A. 1
 
Delta grabbed a comprehensive 4-1 win against Aktor S.A. in group B action. Delta raced into a 3 goal lead before Aktor pulled a goal back. Delta attacker Arjun struck late to give his side a 4-1 win.
 
ALYSJ 3 vs G5 Security 0
 
Three second half goals from ALYSJ ensured a comfortable win over G5 Security. Albert Turkson steered home the opening goal with a delicate touch in the 34th minute. Then Ibrahim Yakabu opened up the defence with a dink inside to Yaw who turned and shot home, with the G5 goalkeeper flat footed. Vincent netted the third goal to rubberstamp the win for ALYSJ.


 
Group C
 
Taleb Group 7 vs Boom Construction 0
 
Taleb Group lived up to their “defending champions” credentials completing a clinical route of Boom Construction. Taleb’s spectacular strikers were all on target as they crushed Boom Construction 7-0.
 
TRAGS Qatar 2 vs Arab Coast Projects 2
 
A Thrilling 2-2 draw saw TRAGS snatch a draw with Arab Coast. Raymond Surfo put Arab coast into the lead. TRAGS bounced back and duely equalized before Arab Coast retook the lead. In the end, TRAGS left it late to register an important draw.
 
Group D
 
Mowasalat 6 vs Cofely Besix Mannai 1
 
Mowasalat scored three goals in eight minutes to blow the inexperienced Cofely side and set up an exciting high scoring game ending at 6-1. Mowasalat’s striker Abdul Ghane was the star of the show, grabbing an impressive hat-trick for his team.
 
Al Balagh 0 vs Al Asmakh Facilities 20
 
Al Asmakh registered a Workers Cup record 20-0 victory over Al Balagh. Al Asmakh striker Abubakr Faisal grabbed ten goals as his side proved too strong for Al Balagh.


 
 
Group E

L&T 11 vs Tanzinfco 0
 
2014 Champions Tanzifco suffered a humiliating 11-0 loss this week at the hands of Larsen & Toubro. L&T’s attacker Mohammed Amin scored four goals to add to his team’s spectacular performance.
 
Doha Pest Company 1 vs QDVC 0
Doha Pest edged out QDVC with is slender 1-0 win. A 43rd minute strike by Williams Gaseba did the damage, for his side, who defeated a much improved QDVC team.
 
Group F
 
Medgulf Construction 2 vs Al Balagh L&T JV 4
 
Medgulf Construction and Al Balagh L&T JV split six goals between then in an entertaining workers cup tie.  This match also saw 3 goals coming off penalties in a highly entertaining game. The 6-goal thriller ended in favour of Al Balagh 4-2.
 
Dico-Tech Qatar 0 vs Desert Line Projects 8

Desert Line ran opponents Dico-Tech ragged as they ended their second game of the tournament with a thumping 8-0 win. Six of their goals came in a devastating first-half display as Dico-Tech crumbled.



 
 Group G
 
Dulsco Qatar 1 vs Outlook Trading & Contracting 1
 
In the battle for supremacy of Group G, Bhakta Bhandari salvaged a deserved point for Outlook Trading, scoring in the 56th minute to level the game at 1-1 against Dulsco Qatar.
 
NAAAS Group 0 vs AALCO 5
 
AALCO notched an impressive 5-0 win over NAAS Group, consigning NAAAS to their second defeat of the competition. AALCO dominated proceedings from the very start, and controlled the game throughout.
 
Gulf Contracting company 7 vs Carillion 0
 
Kevin Otieno stole the show grabbing a hat-trick as Gulf Contracting company sealed a comfortable 7-0 victory over Carillion. GCC now lead the group with 6 points ahead of their match against G4S next week.
 
AGME 0 vs G4S 1

G4S picked up a slender 1-0 win over AGME in a keenly fought encounter. Raju Chilwal scored a controversial winner for G4S, but it was enough for his side who gave AGME to their second defeat of the competition.
 
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