Football | SPORTS

Delta Tigers Stay On Track

Continuous pressure saw Rewa striker Anish Khem dribbled his way into the Ba box and slipped a pass to Valevou. He blasted the ball past Ba goalkeeper Tevita Koroi for a 1-0 lead.
13 Dec 2021 11:10
Delta Tigers Stay On Track
Rewa striker Anish Khem about to make an attempt while Ba defender and captain Ilimotama Jese closes in at the ANZ Stadium, Suva, on December 12, 2021. Rewa won 1-0. Photo: Leon Lord

Rewa continued on with their campaign for a top finish in the Digicel Premier League competition.

This was after their 1-0 win over Ba in Suva yesterday.

Rewa coach Roderick Singh said their next game against Nadi, is most crucial.

 

Epeli Valevou, who just returned from suspension scored Rewa’s winner in the 82nd minute.

“Valevou told me if given a chance to play, he will score,” Singh said.

 

What happened: Both teams took a cautious approach.

 

Halftime: Rewa 0-0 Ba

 

Rewa came out strongly but the Ba defenders held them at bay.

Continuous pressure saw Rewa striker Anish Khem dribbled his way into the Ba box and slipped a pass to Valevou.

He blasted the ball past Ba goalkeeper Tevita Koroi for a 1-0 lead.

 

Rewa: Mohammed Alam, Peniame Drova, Kishan Sami, Anish Khem, Setareki Hughes, Ivan Kumar, Gabireli Matanisiga, Tevita Waranaivalu, Josaia Sela, Kavaia Rawaqa, Ioane Matanisiga

 

Ba: Tevita Koroi, Praneel Naidu, Shameel Rao, Darold Kakasi, Savenaca Nakalevu, Ilimotama Jese, Emosi Navaba, Samuela Drudru, Narend Rao, Samuela Navoce, Etonia Dogalau.

 

Referee: Mohammed Altaf

 

Feedback: sereana.salalo@fijisun.com.fj



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