Forbidden City 2010-11

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IFFC match reports

Below are the match reports for Forbidden City games in the 2010-11 season, which were prepared by the IFFC (special thanks to Rob Gonella).

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. AZZURRI FC A 5:0 (1:0)
Forbidden City FC on Game 1 took currently the No.1 pole position with their clear 5:0 victory over the Azzurri FC. In the first half Azzurri FC tried successfully to let Forbidden City FC not to score apart from Matt Dunn who made it and scored the 1:0 halftime lead (35.). In the second half Forbidden City took apart Azzurri FC’s defense and struck four more times: Ally Ronell scored twice (52. & 83.) and Ivan Lakatos (60.) & Andy Williams (77.) added one goal each to make it 5:0 for Forbidden City FC.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Ally Ronell (Forbidden City FC) and Philippe Siffert (Azzurri FC A)

MALAYSIAN TIGERS vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:6
The Malaysian Tigers withdraw from their team from the IFFC so all matches will count 0:6 to the opponents.

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. PEKING STROLLERS 10:2 (5:1)
Forbidden City FC had no mercy with the Strollers’ goalkeeper Josh Glover who had altogether ten times grab behind him to get the ball out of the net in this game. Forbidden City FC were strong and won each half 5:1. For Forbidden City FC it was Aaaron Reem (3., 30. & 65.) and Ivan Lakatos (61., 85. & 89.) who scored three goals, Anny Williams (12. & 38.) added two goals, Ally Russel (40.) and Ben Roberts (77.) added one goal each. For the Strollers it was Karl Long (10.) in the first half and Colm O’Flaherty (87.) in the second half who scored for the Strollers.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC ) and Jon Stuart (Peking Strollers)

FORTUNA 94 vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 1:7 (0:2)
Forbidden City was unstopable against a helpless Fortuna 94 who tried their best not to loose this high. In the first half it was Blythe Fitzwilliam (3.) and Ivan Lakatos (39.) who scored the 0:2 halftime lead after Forbidden City was the better side. In the second half Fortuna 94 broke down, but still could score through a nice shot from Shoto Masuda one goal (72.) while the men in yellow and red socks scored another five goals: Ivan Lakatos struck two more times (48. & 62.), while Philippe Healey (70.), Adam Ferry (80.) and Lee Xiong (88.) all added one goal each on the scoresheet which in the end resulted in this high 7:1 Forbidden City victory over Fortuna 94.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Shoto Masuda (Fortuna 94) and Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC)

BARBARIANS A vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:2 (0:1)
The Barbarians gave Forbidden City a hard time but in the end lost 0:2 to City FC who gained recently high victories over the Strollers and Fortuna 94. The Barbarians who lost couple players to Sexy FC surprisingly play well along the stronger teams (1:1 vs. Sexy and an unlucky 1:2 loss to Fortuna 94) and did not allow Forbidden City FC to make another goal festival. In the first half Forbidden City FC’s Matt Dunn scored (36.) the 0:1 halftime lead and in the second half his team mate Ivan Lakatos scored ten minutes from time (80.) the 0:2 which was also the final score of the match. With this victory Forbidden City FC stays on top on goal difference in front of Afrika Utd.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Kenny Bain (Barbarians A) and Matt Dunn (Forbidden City FC)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. RUSSIA UTD. 8:2 (2:1)
Forbidden City FC reign as No.1 continues in the Premiership. In Game 6 the Russians were outclassed especially in the second half by Forbidden City FC who won 8:2 in the end. In the first half Forbidden City FC’s Andy Williams scored the 1:0 lead (30.) after thirty minutes. Then the Russians could equalize for 1:1 by Vadim Primenko (38.) just eight minutes later. But second before the halftime whistle it was FCFC’s Ivan Lakatos struck the 2:1 (44.) which was also the halftime score. Then in the second half Forbidden City struck another six times: Taro scored twice (60. & 70.) and Ivan Lakatos scored his second goal (76.) while their team mates Philippe Healey (53.), Simon Ross (72.) and Barrie George (89.) added one goal each on the scorer sheet. For the Russians it was Almas (58.) who could score for his team the only goal in the second half.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Aaron Reem (Forbidden City FC) and Alexandre Boika (Russia Utd.)

VIKINGS vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:5 (0:2)
Forbidden City FC is unstoppable and took home another victory: the Vikings were finished off 5:0 in this Game 7 match. In the first half it was an own goal and Danial Tkach (25.) who scored the 0:2 halftime lead over the Vikings. In the second half after fifteen minutes it was team leader Philippe Healey with the 0:3 (60.) for City FC. Seven minutes later Andy Williams scored for 0:4 (67.) and the 0:5 was scored by Bjoern Isakson (75.) which was also the final score of the match. Forbidden City stays with Afrika Utd, in the top spots unbeaten.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Hao Long (Vikings) and Taroh Sekiguchi (Forbidden City FC)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. KOZO JAPAN 11:2 (3:1)
Table leaders Forbidden City FC routed Kozo Japan in the end with a high score of 11:2 after ninety minutes. In the first half the Japanese could play along quite well and could ensure that Forbidden City FC score not so many goals and both teams went into the halftime where Forbidden City FC were leading Kozo Japan “only” 3:1. In the second half Forbidden City FC were unstoppable and won it 8:1 over the Japanese. MVP and man of the day was Andy Williams who struck five goals by himself (3., 44., 48., 60. & 82.). Matt Dunn (12. & 53.) and Ivan Lakatos (87. & 89.) added one goal each on the scoresheet, while Blythe Fitzwilliam (63.) and Aaron Reem (66.) added one goal each for Forbidden City FC. For the Red Cards it was Wataru Mizutani (41.) in the first half and Takuro Oyamada (85.) in the second half for the Kozo Japan.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Andy Williams (Forbidden City FC) and Tatsuo Yamamoto (Kozo Japan )

SEXY FC vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:2 (0:1)
Table leaders Forbidden City FC beat 4th ranked Sexy FC with 0:2 and took all three points of the Game 9 championship round. In the first half it was Forbidden City FC’s team leader Philippe Healey (15.) who scored the 0:1 halftime lead over Sexy FC. In the second half after eleven minutes played it was Forbidden City FC’s Andy Williams (57.) who struck the 0:2 for Forbidden City FC over Sexy FC in an overall fair game. Sexy FC stays 4th position even if they win on this Wednesday’s rematch with Afrika Utd. with 16 points. Forbidden City FC will remain 1st as the Africans tied their first match of the season.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Josh Tunon (Sexy FC) and Philippe Healey (Forbidden City FC)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. AFRIKA UTD. 2:1 (0:0)
The top match between the No.1 and No.2 of the league ended with a 2:1 victory for Forbidden City FC who for the first time where able to beat Afrika Utd. ever. The match was played in a good level the first twenty minutes and then it turned to be stuck in the midfield where neither team could score so the first half ended goalless 0:0. In the second half after just five minutes then Afrika Utd. scored the 0:1 lead through a goal from Vincent Etoundi (50.) and Forbidden City FC who never gave up had to come forward. In mid second half then Forbidden City FC could equalize through Ivan Lakatos (71.) for 1:1. Forbidden City FC then pushed for the winner and five minutes from time they were successful: Matt Dunn put the ball into Afrika Utd.’s goal net (85.) for 2:1 which was also the final score after ninety minutes.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Matt Dunn (Forbidden City FC ) and Vincent Etoundi (Afrika Utd.)

FRENCH LE A vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:2 (0:1)
A big congratulations go to Forbidden City FC for the 11th win in their 11th game: This time the 3rd ranked French LE A were beaten 0:2 and the No.1 spot of the Premiership was underlined. In each of the halved Forbidden City FC could score: In the first half it was Rafael P. (30.) after thirty minutes who scored the 0:1 and in the second half it was twenty minutes before time when Forbidden City FC’s Ivan Lakatos struck the 0:2 (70.) which was the final score after ninety minutes played. For the French LE it was the second loss in a row after loosing last week to Fortuna 94.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Gong Lei (French LE A) and Phillipe Healey (Forbidden City FC)

AZZURRI FC A vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 1:7 (1:0)
Forbidden City FC does not like the first half too much… In the first half the 10th ranked Azzurri FC A scored through their striker Salvo DiNoto (15.) the 1:0 and kept Forbidden City FC goalless. Could that be the big upset ? No, as everyone in the IFFC knows that Forbidden City FC take full charge after the break and also this time against Azzurri FC: Andy Williams (48. & 68.) and Daniel Tkach (50. & 69.) struck two goals each while their team mates Matt Dunn (49.), Ivan Lakatos (80.) and Barrie George (88.) added one goal each to make it seven goals. With 7:1 Forbidden City FC sayed ‘good bye’ to the Italians after ninety minutes.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Matt Dunn (Forbidden City FC) and Paulo Ascani (Azzurri FC A)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. MUOSHI FC 6:0 [FRIENDLY ENDED 4:0 (1:0)]
Muoshi FC joined late in the ongoing 10/11 Season and play as a try out in the IFFC Premiership. All their matches officially count 0:6 to the opponents. In the friendly Forbidden City FC controlled the match and especially being strong in the second half earned a 4:0 victory over Muoshi FC. Ian Lakatos was the man of the day scoring three goals (20., 70. & 86.) while Alex Hendersson added one goal (60.)
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Gao Xu Xu (Muoshi FC) and Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC

PEKING STROLLERS vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:5 (0:2)
Table leaders Forbidden City FC scored a high 5:0 victory in this match against the Peking Strollers. In the first half FCFC’s special guest Luca Merlone struck the 0:1 lead (28.) while his team mate Daniel Tkach (40.) struck the 0:2 five minutes from the break. In the second half Forbidden City FC’s Chris Rochford scored twice (60. & 88.) while his team mate Andy Williams added another Forbidden City FC goal (68.) to make it 0:5 for Forbidden City FC over the Strollers and which was the final result of the match.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Aaron Reem (Forbidden City FC ) and Adam Kirk (Peking Strollers)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. FORTUNA 94 3:1 (0:0)
Fortuna 94 gave the table leader’s Forbidden City FC a hard time, but in the end Forbidden City FC could score the goals needed and won the match. In the first half the match was in the midfield and both teams defenses stood well and the first half ended goalless 0:0. In the second half Fortuna 94 continued to play well along, but it was Forbidden City FC who scored the first goal through Ivan Lakatos (50.) after just five minutes played. Fortuna 94 struck back just six minutes later through their top striker Shun Nakamura (56.) for 1:1. Then Forbidden City FC became the upper hand of the match and Ivan Lakatos struck with his second goal (74.) the 2:1. Three minutes from time his team mate Bythe Fitzwilliam (87.) struck the 3:1 for Forbidden City FC which was also the final score of the match.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Shoto Masuda (Fortuna 94) and Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. BARBARIANS A 4:0 (2:0)
Table leaders Forbidden City FC seem to be unstoppable. The Barbarians who recently play good football were demolished 4:0 from the City lads. In the first half it was Ivan Lakatos (21.) and Matt Dunn (27.) who scored in within just six minutes the 2:0 Forbidden City FC halftime lead. In the second half their team mates Charles Wharton (56.) and Jochen Tenhagen (78.) scored the other two more Forbidden City FC goals to make it 4:0 which was also the final result after ninety minutes.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Dary Stone (Barbarians A) and Ally Russel (Forbidden City FC)

RUSSIA UTD. vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 3:5 (1:1)
The Russians Utd. gave table leaders Forbidden City FC a very hard time and until ten minutes from time this match was level 3:3, but then in the end Forbidden City FC managed to score two more goals to keep their winning streak clear in the IFFC. In the first half the Russians took the 1:0 lead through Vadim Primenko (14.). Then six minutes before the break Forbidden City FC’s Ivan Lakatos with his goal (39.) leveled the match 1:1 which was also the halftime score. In the second half the Russian took once more the lead and this time it was Ivan Samyshkin (68.) scored for 2:1, but just five minutes later Ivan Lakatos with his second goal (73.) leveled the match 2:2. Then Forbidden City FC took the lead through a goal from Cui Yongshou (78.), but just two minutes later Russia Utd.’s Sergey Lebedj (78.) leveled the match for 3:3. What a game so far. Then in the last ten minutes of the match it was Ivan Lakatos with his 3rd and 4th goal (80. & 82.) which brought the decision in favor of his side. With 5:3 Forbidden City Fc beat a good playing Russia Utd. side and took once more all three points home.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Philippe Healey (Forbidden City FC) and Roman Tolstikhin (Russia Utd.)
Note: Forbidden City FC’s Andy William received 2 yellow cards (=red) and must miss out the next official match for Forbidden City FC and also Summer Palace.

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. VIKINGS 6:0
The Vikings canceled the match one day prior to scheduled kick off so the match is counted 6:0 for Forbidden City FC and the Vikings must pay a double match fee to the IFFC.

KOZO JAPAN vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 2:4 (1:1)
Kozo Japan gave table leaders Forbidden City FC a hard time in the first half even managing to keep the score level and then even managing to score the lead in the second half…. In the first half Kozo Japan’s Kenjiro Yamahuchi struck the 1:0 lead (17.) for the Japanese but five minutes from the break Blythe Fitzwilliam equalized for Forbidden City FC (40.) for 1:1 which was also the halftime score. In the second half after seconds it was Tatsuo Yamamoto who struck the 2:1 lead (46.) for Kozo Japan. Forbidden City FC as always so far in the season never lost patience and after twelve minutes later it was Matt Dunn (58.) who scored the 2:2 equalizer. The game came towards the end and Forbidden City FC could not manage to score from their chances apart in the last three minutes of the match: Andy Williams (87.) and the also Lao Cui (90.) struck the ball into the Japanese net to decide the game: 4:2 was the final score for Forbidden City FC over Kozo Japan.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Blythe Fitzwilliam (Forbidden City FC) and Kenjiro Yamaguchi (Kozo Japan )

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. SEXY FC 3:2 (0:2)
It’s the very end of the championship and Forbidden City FC does everything in it’s power to defend the first place until the season finishes. It was a close game against Sexy FC on this Wednesday afternoon and Forbidden City FC managed victory with a last minute goal. In the first half it was Sexy FC who took the first forty five minutes: Sam Pearson (17.) and Mirsad Midzic (42.) scored the 0:2 halftime lead for the lads in pink. Then in the second half Forbidden City FC started to score and managed to turn around the match: first minute and it was Fabio Binto (46.) who scored the 1:2. Then eight minutes later his team mate Andy Williams struck the 2:2 equalizer (54.). And two minutes from time as the match seemed to end in a tie, Forbidden City FC’s Ivan Lakatos scored the deciding goal (88.) for 3:2 which was the final result of the match.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Josh Tunon (Sexy FC) and Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC)

AFRIKA UTD. vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 4:3 (1:1)
It was the big showdown between the No.1 leaders Forbidden City FC and reigning champions Afrika Utd. who had to win to keep their title hopes alive while Forbidden City FC wanted to avenge their IFFC T.M. Cup Final loss to Afrika Utd. which was played recently in the beginning of May. Extra for this match the IFFC decided to let Mike Lakwijk be the referee and he did a great job, receiving good grades from both sides after the match. In the first half the Africans had the better start and took the 1:0 lead through a goal from Djibril Yousuff (22.). But just four minutes later Forbidden City FC replied with the 1:1 equalizer through Rafael Peinado (26.) and the 1:1 was also the halftime score of this match. In the second half Afrika Utd. scored the 2:1 through Kim Sacoimbo (55.) after ten minutes played. Just eight minutes afterwards his team mate Rodrigue Ntamack struck the 3:1 (63.) from the penalty spot. Another eight minutes later Afrika Utd.’s MVP of the match Vincent Etoundi struck the decisive 4:1 (71.) for his team. Forbidden City FC never gave up and came back with two more goals scored by Ivan Lakatos (79.) and Andy Williams (89.) to make it 4:3, but there was no more time so the Afrika Utd. team won this match 4:3 in the end. Now Afrika Utd.’s hopes are on the French LE A team who must tie or win against Forbidden City FC if Afrika Utd. wanna be champions again while winning their two remaining matches. Now it’s up to Forbidden City FC next Sunday to win the French LE A and gain the championship of the 10/11 season. To announce the champion will be a thrill until the last minute of the last match this season.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC ) and Vincent Etoundi (Afrika Utd.)

FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. FRENCH LE A 5:1 (0:1)
It was Forbidden City FC’s most important match of the season: the last match against the French in order to secure their first championship in the IFFC. The City FC lads faced a ninety minute tough fighting French LE A side who missed several good players including the important goaly Fefe who was on a business trip. The match started with as shock for Forbidden City FC: after just three minutes the French could score from a free kick of Alessandro Antiniconone (3.) the sudden 0:1 lead over the title contenders. The Africans who needed Forbidden City FC to tie or loose from the outside celebrated and shouted for the French team. Forbidden City FC was shocked and tried with all their fighting power to overcome the French LE defense but failed to construct their famous constructive play as they did most of the season, in this game Forbidden City FC fought for every centimeter while the French LE A did as well and denied the City lads to score and the first half ended 0:1 for the French LE A and this time Afrika Utd. had the upper hand in the championship race. In the second half the same picture: The French defense was like iron for City FC and the ball just don’t wanna go into the goal until the twenty one minutes before the end of the game: Daniel Tkack (69.) struck the 1:1 equalizer and five minutes his team mate Lao Cui added two goals (74. & 79.) within just five minutes to turn around the match for 3:1 for Forbidden City FC who now played the rest of the first half relaxed and used the absence of the real French keeper Fefe to add two more goals through Matt Dunn (82.) and Jochen Tenhagen (87.) to decide the match with a 5:1 victory after all. Congratulations goes to Forbidden City FC who afterwards partied until late nite in Luga’s in Sanlitun their deserved championship.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Ella Agaba (French LE A) and Fabio Pinto (Forbidden City FC)

IFFC CUP Second Round
SHENZHEN DEVELOPMENT BANK vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 2:7 (0:4)
After last week’s triumph over Athletico, this time the S.D. Bank had to face off against the strong Forbidden City FC side who overpowered the Bankers and won in the end clearly 7:2 over the Chinese side. Man of the day was Andy Williams who struck alone four goals (7., 44., 57. & 65.) for City FC. His team mates Matt Dunn (23.), Simon Ross (35.) and Ivan Lakatos (63.) all added one goal each to make it seven Forbidden City FC goals. On the other side the Bank could pull two goals back by Wang Jiexiong (55.) and Huang Yu (60.) which made the final score 7:2 for Forbidden City FC after ninety minutes. Forbidden City FC will now face in the T.M. Cup Quarterfinals the strong side of Sexy FC.
BEST PLAYERS: Ma Le (S.D.Bank) and Simon Ross (Forbidden City FC)
Note: Three minutes from time FCFC’s Simon Ross and S.D.Bank’s Yu Li received straight red cards and the DisCom will evaluate the matter and decide of sanctions against them.

IFFC CUP Quarterfinal
SEXY FC vs. FORBIDDEN CITY FC 0:5 (0:2)
‘Winter Champions’ Forbidden City FC starts the second part of the 10/11 Season like it played in the first half of the season: hungry for goals and kicking ass. In the make up match in the IFFC T.M. Cup Quarterfinals, Forbidden City FC thrashed Sexy FC with five goals to nothing out of the Cup. In the first half Ally Russel (15.) and A team leader Philippe Healey (35.) scored the 0:2 halftime lead over the pink lads. Then in the second half Joachim Tangen struck twice (63. & 88.) while Philippe Healey added a second goal as well (76.). Forbidden City FC stands firm in the IFFC T.M. Cup Semifinal and are ready for their next prey which is either the Vikings or Fortuna 94.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Li (Sexy FC) and Joachim Tangen (Forbidden City FC)

IFFC CUP Semi-final
FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. VIKINGS 2:0 (2:0)
Unbeaten table leaders Forbidden City FC entered as the first team into the IFFC T.M. Cup Final 2011 by beating the Vikings in the semifinals. In the first half Forbidden City FC scored a quick goal by Ally Russel (6.) after just six minutes played. Almost a half hour into the game, Forbidden City FC struck their second goal through Adam Ferry (27.) for 2:0 which was also the halftime score. In the second half Forbidden City FC could not score, but Forbidden City FC’s defense also kept tight and did not let the Vikings score in the match. After ninety minutes Forbidden City FC won the match 2:0 over the Vikings
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Philippe Healey (Forbidden City FC) and Christian (Vikings)

IFFC CUP Final
FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. AFRIKA UTD. 0:4 (0:1)
The Cup Final was the big showdown between table leaders Forbidden City FC and their hunter Afrika Utd. and the lads from Afrika Utd. gave Forbidden City FC their first loss in the 10/11 season in the crucial Cup final. It was also the first time Forbidden City FC failed to score a goal in a match this season. In the first half Forbidden City FC had a great chance in the first two minutes but missed the goal. After thirty minutes Afrika Utd.’s Ulrich Oguele struck the 0:1 lead (31.) which was also the halftime lead. In the second half the Afrika Utd. defense stood firm while their offense went on to decide the match: after ten minutes played it was Ntamack (56.) who struck the 0:2 for Afrika Utd.. Twentyfive minutes from time Hugues Alima (75.) scored the 0:3 and after another five minutes later which was ten minutes from time Afrika Utd.’s best player Vincent Etoundi hammered the ball for 0:4 (80.) into Forbidden City FC’s net and that was also the final score of the match. Congratulations goes to Afrika Utd. on this day May 8th 2011 for winning the IFFC Thomas Marechal Cup 2011.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Vincent Etoundi (Afrika Utd.) and Ivan Lakatos (Forbidden City FC)

IFFC SUPER CUP Semi-final
FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. SUMMER PALACE 10:3 (6:3)
In the Super Cup Semifinal it came to the team internal showdown between Forbidden City FC and Summer Palace in which the A-team Forbidden City FC outclassed their B-team Summer Palace with a clear 10:3 victory. Philippe Healey (25. & 42.), Barrie George (56. & 76.) and Ally Russel (10. & 80.) struck twice each while Danial Tkach (15.), Jason Dorey (30.), Blythe Fitzwilliam (45.) and Matt Dunn (85.) added one goal each for Forbidden City FC to make it 10 goals which secured the Super Cup Final participation in the 10/11 Season. For Summer Palace it was Ben Roberts (5.), Chris Lupton (25.) and Charles Wharton (39.) who scored one goal each for their side.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs): Philippe Healey (Forbidden City FC) and Patrick Rioual (Summer Palace)

IFFC SUPER CUP Final
FORBIDDEN CITY FC vs. AFRIKA UTD. 2:5 (2:1)
The Super Cup Final 10/11 between champions Forbidden City FC and Cup Winners Afrika Utd. ended at the end with a clear victory for the African team. In the first half though it seemed that Forbidden City FC would keep the upper hand: Lao Cui (35.) and Fabio Pinto (42.) struck each one goal for the 2:1 halftime lead. Ulrich Ayanaga (40.) scored for Afrika Utd. in the first half. In the second half Afrika Utd. raised their level of play and then just overpowered Forbidden City FC. Gilles Belinga (50.), a second goal by Ulrich Ayanaga (65.) Ahmed Gandor (70.) and Hugo Alima (89.) made from a 1:2 a 5:2 clear victory for Afrika Utd.
BEST PLAYERS (MVPs):  Vincent Etoundi (Afrika Utd.) and Fabio Pinto (Forbidden City FC)

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