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UFC League Season 2: Dominion Hotspur, R2Finesse In Flying Start

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The duo of Dominion Hotspur FC and R2Finesse FC were in devasting form as they began their quest to win the United Football Championship league account for 2024/2025 season in flying start, defeating Goshen Stars FC and G12 FC respectively.

In the Day 3, match number 4,  first game played Saturday at the Legacy Pitch, Surulere, Lagos, underdogs R2Finesse proved bookmakers and pundits wrong when they shockingly ran away 2-1 victors against their more experienced and fancied favorites to win the encounter, G12.

Meanwhile in the second match of the day, Dominion Hotspur emerged dominant as they won Goshen Stars 2-0 in a pulsating duel.

Goals from U. Muhammed and O. Victor put R2Finesse 2-0 ahead before Prince Bawa pulled one back for G12 in the dire minutes of the second half but it was too little too late to save them from avoiding defeat.

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However in the second encounter, strikes from C. Obi and A. Okiemute ensured maximum three points for Dominion Hotspur which also missed a penalty in the match after a Goshen defender clearly handled the ball in the box.

Abasi Ndofia, the left wing back of R2Finesse was voted  the Man-of-the Match in the first game while Dominion Hotspur’s Ayitu Eyo won the MOTM award in the second encounter.

A total of 19 goals have been scored in 5 matches to underscore the quality of finishing displayed so far by the strikers in tournament so far.

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 Meanwhile, in the only game played Thursday, Jumex FC flogged De Elite FC 2-0 through goals from D. Anthony and K. Benjamin.

Hostilities continued yesterday Sunday with Spartans FC spanking  Charlesann FC 4-2 in a game that lived up to its promise. While FC Bethel Sporting defeated De Pros FC in another tough game 2-0.

Goals from F. Wasiu, A David, O. Chinedu and A. Wahab put the game to bed for Spartans FC as M. David and O. Samson’s strikes for Charlesann did make much difference as the game ended 4-2 at full time.

In the final game of the day strikes from C. David and O. Timothy sealed the win for FC Bethel Sporting to call it a wrap for week one matches in the championship.

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A total of 27 goals have been scored in 7 matches played so far to underscore the quality of finishing displayed by the strikers in the tournament. This sums up to an average of almost 4 goals per game.

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