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Selsella, BOCA Juniors battle to 2-2 draw


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Tura Super Division Football

Shillong, April 24: In a thrilling showdown at the GBHSS Chandmary Football Turf, the Tura Football League 2024 Super Division witnessed a captivating clash between Selsella SA and BOCA Juniors on Wednesday. The match, which unfolded amidst eager anticipation from fans, showcased an intense battle of skill and strategy on the field.
From the opening whistle, Selsella SA asserted their dominance, swiftly taking control of the game and notching an early goal to set the tempo. With their crisp passing and coordinated attacks, they continued to press forward, eventually doubling their lead with a stunning strike in the 29th minute of the first half.
However, BOCA Juniors, undeterred by the deficit, displayed remarkable resilience and determination as they mounted a spirited comeback. Just before the halftime whistle, they managed to breach Selsella SA’s defense and slot home a crucial goal, injecting renewed energy and hope into their side as they headed into the break with a 2-1 scoreline.
Returning from the interval with renewed vigour, BOCA Juniors unleashed a relentless assault, determined to level the playing field. Their perseverance paid off in the 63rd minute, as they capitalized on a scoring opportunity to draw level with their opponents, igniting jubilant celebrations among their supporters.
As the match entered its final stages, both teams threw caution to the wind in pursuit of a decisive breakthrough. Despite their best efforts, neither side could find the elusive winning goal, with the defenses holding firm to preserve the deadlock.
In the end, the scoreboard read 2-2, with Selsella SA and BOCA Juniors each earning a hard-fought point for their valiant efforts on the field.


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