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Nangkiew Irat U-14s record perfect 10 against Umsohsun

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SHILLONG: Despite displaying a lot of fight, Umsohsun were handed a harsh 10-0 lesson by Nangkiew Irat in an U-14 Football Tournament match, organised by the Shillong Sports Association, at Polo on Tuesday.
Nangkiew Irat’s players demonstrated greater ball control and they also possessed a height advantage over most of Umsohsun’s young guns.
The winners scored four goals in the first half and six in the second, the biggest tally of the tournament thus far.
Five of Nangkiew’s players scored a brace each. They were: Pynshngain Lyngdoh (10th and 29th minutes), Robertstar Malngiang (20th, 42nd), Bianglut Kurbah (26th, 44th), Wanshanbok Kurbah (33rd, 37th) and Samuel James Lyngdoh Kynshi (50th, 53rd).
Meanwhile, in the other match of the day, Mylliem were too good for Lawmali Pyllun, winning their encounter 5-0 at Ground No. 3.
Mylliem’s players were very impressive on the field of play and, despite their best efforts, Lawmali had no answer to the skill of their opponents.
Banpyntngenlang Kurkalang opened the scoring in the 10th minute before Iadonnamlang Kharkongor doubled the lead eight minutes later.
Arkynstar Kharbuki added the third in the second half (41st minute), while Iadonnamlang returned to score his second in the 55th minute. Arkynstar also recorded his brace two minutes later for a resounding victory.
On Thursday, Royal Wahingdoh will take on Mawlai, while Laitlyngkot face Smit. Both matches will be held at 4:00 pm at Polo.

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