Global Hurt Young Boys to Retain 100% Record in Lamin King Colley’s Tourney

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Global FC came from one nil down to hammer Young Boys FC 5-1 in the ongoing Lamin King Colley’s junior football tournament played at Comium Park Opposite Gunjur Car Park at 5pm on Sunday.

Global FC beat Kaku United 1-0 in their opening group fixture before their stunning win over Young Boys FC.

The latter needed a win to boost their hopes of reaching the quarterfinal after losing to Gunjur Project FC 3-2 in the opening game a fortnight ago.

Young Boys opened the score through striker Ebou Kujabi in the 4th minute of the game to give the Gunjur-Jujuba outfit the lead.

Salieu Nyandou could have leveled the score for Global FC mid-way into the first half from penalty spot but was denied by the Young Boys net-minder.

Salieu Nyandou, alias Zala, leveled matters a few minutes before half time to make it 1-1.

Salieu Nyang netted the second goal for Global FC a few minutes after the interval to complete his brace before Buba Touray scored the third goal to dash to dash Young Boys hopes of coming back.

Sherriffo Keita, alias Tiago, netted the fourth and fifth goals to inspire Global FC to an astonishing win over Young Boys FC and also complete his brace.

Sunderland FC beat Halifax FC 3-2 in the early kick off on the same day.

 Mamadou Jatta netted a brace for Sunderland FC in the game.

Elsewhere on Sunday, Kaku United FC defeated Gunjur Project FC 1-0 to bounce back after losing to Global FC in their opening fixture last week.

Foday Daffeh was on target for Kaku United in the game. 

Author: Lamin Darboe
Source: Picture: Lamin King Colley