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Lautoka To Work On Their Finishing: Coach

The Sitiveni Cavuilagi captained- Lautoka side will work on improving their finishing before their next match following their 1-1 draw against Nadi at Churchill Park, Lautoka, yesterday.
18 Jul 2022 14:29
Lautoka To Work On Their Finishing: Coach
Glamada Rewa striker Rusiate Matererega in an aerial battle against Nasinu defender Amani Makoe during their Digicel Premier League clash at Uprising Sports Centre in Pacific Harbour, Deuba, on July 17, 2022. Rewa won 2-1. Photo: Leon Lord

The Sitiveni Cavuilagi captained- Lautoka side will work on improving their finishing before their next match following their 1-1 draw against Nadi at Churchill Park, Lautoka, yesterday.

Lautoka coach Shalen Lal said they were doing well in in the first half.

“I think the plan that we made didn’t go the way we wanted it,” he said.

“But at halftime, we tried to work out things with our technical team here.

“And I guess we came right in the second half, and then the ball was delivered well,

“I was satisfied with that score. Even though we missed so many sitters,” he said.

Lautoka had the services of Saula Waqa, Manasa Nawaikula, while Nadi had the services of Siotama Kubu, Noa Vukica, and Andrew Naicker.

Nadi opened their account in the 30th minute via a Samuela Kautoga header from a William Komasi corner.

In the 67th minute, the hosts equalised as Ratu Tulivou forced a hand ball in the Nadi box.

Zibraaz Shahib did not hesitate to slot the ball past goalie Vereti Dickson.

 

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