Still looking at changing extra points

Nothing has changed on top of the premiership table, as Hamrun and Luxol shared the spoils in a very thrilling game.

Initially both teams were so tight that the match remained goalless for a long period of time. In fact it was not before six minutes from the end of the first half that the first goal appeared! It was Luxol who broke the deadlock, with a powerful shot from Peter Pullicino.

Four minutes later, a very fast corner taken by Celino Alves directed to his co-patriot William Barbosa who headed Luxol’s second goal. Hamrun Spartans entered into the game two minutes after the beginning of the second half, through Rogerio Dos Santos Filho. However three minutes later, Celino Alves put Luxol again on the lead.

What appeared to be a sure win for Luxol, the Spartans kept on pressing and Jovica Milijic shocked the formers by levelling the result again to 3-3.

In the second encounter, Qormi and Swieqi who were fighting for the fourth place, shared the spoils with an end result of 4-4.

On the 11th and 13th minute, Luke Stivala’s brace gave a double lead to Qormi. In a few minutes, this was followed by Allen Medati who also put his name on the scoreline, by making them 3-0.

Three minutes from the end of the first half, Andrew Decesare reduced the score for Swieqi.

After the break,  the highly motivated Swieqi players managed to turnover the result by making it 4-3 on their advantage. It was Patrick Kinni’s brace and a goal from Sebestian Delsinger which gave the sigh of hope to Swieqi.

The result was sealed in almost the middle of the second half by Charlo Magro who scored for Qormi.