Sharks FC Defeats Bayelsa United 2-1

Sharks new coach has retraced Sharks football club of Port Harcourt into winning ways as his tutored side won Bayelsa United 2-1 in their week 9 match, at home on Sunday 28th of April, 2013.

The visitors scored first in the first half through Sharks former player Dumo putting Bayelsa United Jersey No. 23 at the 22nd minutes in the first half of the encounter. The first half of the match gave Bayelsa United 1 goal while Sharks record read 0. With the second half returned play the pet talk given to the Sharks players by their technical Adviser, Gbenga Ogunbote paid off the deficit was cancelled at 46th minutes strike from C. Madu recording Sharks first goal to cancelled Bayelsa United lead in the game.

Both sides created chances for scoring but missed their goal scoring opportunities, though Bayelsa United was tactically better as they kept piling pressure at the defence of Sharks goal.

Sharks on their part played with much vigour as to impress their fans under their new coach taking into consideration.

It was a match Sharks goal keeper was truly tested in his prowess. Fortune Chukwudi former Sharks defender in the past season was a rock in the defence of his new side, Bayelsa United. Both side give good account of themselves. Sharks made some changes in the 47th minutes of the game were K. Patrick was pull out for G. Amakiri to come into the game for Sharks.

Bayelsa United too on their side effected some changes as No. 14 jersey came in  place of jersey No. 24 while Bayelsa United jersey No. 4 came in for Jersey No. 18 at the 85th minutes of the game.

Sharks took the lead in the 83rd minutes through the strike of A. Ezeoha jersey No. 25, through a well tailored pass from Sharks first goal scorer C. Madu.

Judging by their performances C. Madu of Sharks who spotted jersey No. 12 and Bayelsa United Dumo putting jersey No. 23 were the men of the game with sparkling performances to impress their sides. ###

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