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Lagos State U15 crush Mushin Football Coaches Council

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By Saheed Afolabi

 

The Lagos State U15 male football team defeated Mushin Football Coaches Council 3-1 at St Jude’s primary school, Mushin.

The Lagos State U15 male football team came on the invite of the Mushin Football Coaches Council, but Lagos U15 side schooled the coaches on the pitch of play as they dominated proceedings in the game.

Attacking midfielder, Taofeeq Ayinde, midfield maestro Sulaimon Kuti and Obinna Romans all got on the score sheet for Lagos State U15 male football team as the Mushin Football Coaches Council scored their consolation goal from the penalty spot.

All goals of the game were scored in the first half.

Taofeeq Ayinde opened the goal account of the match with an exquisite finish to give the Lagos State U15 male football team the lead.

The Lagos State U15 male football team continued their dominance in the game as they were rewarded with another goal from midfield maestro, Sulaimon Kuti who notched in the second goal for his side.

It shows the Lagos State U15 male football team were not going to give the Mushin Football Coaches Council any breathing space as they tripled their lead through Obinna Romans.

Mushin Football Coaches Council responded with a goal before the first half ended, as they pulled a goal back from the penalty spot.

Sulaimon Kuti was the outstanding player of the game as he was always a thorn in the flesh of the Mushin Football Coaches Council defense with his excellent reading of the game and excellent distribution of defense splitting passes to his teammates.

The Mushin Football Coaches had some chances to reduce the goal deficit of the game but they were met with outstanding saves from the goalie of the Lagos State U15 male football team.

The Lagos State U15 male football team ran out as the winner of the game but the Mushin Football Coaches Council boasts of defeating the Lagos team in another game.

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