OLD GOA: Dempo Sports Club made the light
work of Goa Velha Sports Club with a massive 12-1 win in the Goa Football
Association U-16 League match played at DSC academy ground, Old Goa, on Friday.
Ryan Dias scored a quadruple while Shreyash Naik registered a hat-trick.
Playing their last match of the league, Dempo SC coach Remus Gomes made three changes in the starting XI to check he’s branch strength. The young Eagles playing at their fortress broke the deadlock in the 6th minute through Ryan Dias, who on receiving a pass from Shreyash Naik made some run before slotting home for the team’s first goal.
Ryan doubled the tally in the 12 minute but Goa Velha came with a quick response as they pulled a goal back through Khajiin the 14th minute.
The goal had no impact on a confident Dempo SC side as they continued with their business scoring the third goal in the 18th minute. Vinay Harji played a defence splitting pass to Ryan Dias, who unselfishly played the ball to Shreyash Naik, who had a better angle at the goal and the latter made no mistake to make it 3-1.
Ryan was rewarded for his earlier assist as he completed his hat-trick in the 26th minute with a solo strike.
Shameek Vaz added his name to score-sheet to make it 5-1 at the break.
Crossing over, Shreyash Naik completed his hat-trick scoring two goals in the span of two minutes in the 42nd and 43rd minutes.
Dempo SC were in total control of the game as they gave no room for their opponents to play. They scored their eight goal in the 48th minute when Shivam Pandey headed in Shameek Vaz corner kick before Ryan Dias completed his quadruple.
Rohit Shirodkar, Prajay Gawde and Tarak Kandolkar scored a goal each and made it 12-1 in favour of Dempo SC.
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