The last season’s game against team from Daugavpils ended with a convincing victory – 5:1 on opponents’ soil.
At the first half of the game, there was no signs of goals to come or a final result: a team trained by Tamaz Pertia faced tough resistance of players from Daugavpils. Both teams wasted at least two good goal-scoring opportunities – Raimonds Krollis shot fly just wide from the post, but Camilo Mena’s hard shot at the very end of half-time was stopped by goalkeeper Frenks Davids Orols.
With the start of the second half-time, three fresh players came on – Senegalese Djibril Gueye, Pape Yare Fall and Ibrahima Sow. In an instant it gaved the desired result – in a short time, Gueye scored two goals, following by the goal scored by Sow, and that was not all. The Japanese midfielder Masaki Murata also scored his first goal for the club while continuing the stormy attacks on the Daugavpils defence. An already destructive predominance was achieved within 13 minutes – 4:0. The point for these fireworks in the 80 th minute of the game was added by the team’s captain Krollis. But the opponents, their consolation goal were able to score three minutes later, when Matija Pejovič sent the ball into the net with his head after the corner kick has taken.
The battle for gold medals continues. This Wednesday match outcome between the RFS and Riga FC teams will make a big difference in this fight. Our next game, meanwhile, is scheduled for October 16 (14:00) on our home turf in VOC.