This time, it’s Luxol

The highlight of this week was the starting of the Elite Round with the big match between Luxol and Valletta. In contrast to what happened in the first round, Luxol determinantly won this match with the end result of 5-0.
During the first half Rogerio Dos Santos Filho, Frane Depotovic and Mark Zammit, gave a wide gap in favour of Luxol. In the second half, the Citizens sacrified themselves by pushing forward through Xavier Saliba as the flying keeper. This move paved way to Luxol to score two more goals in an empty net. Frane Depotovic together with their recent acquisition Maicon Da Silva Gaiewski, netted again for Luxol.
In another thrilling match, Hamrun Tre Angeli won against Swieqi United with the end result of 8-6.
Hamrun had braces by Frank Paul Azzopardi and Everton Da Silva Santos, a goal apiece for Manuel Jesus Cespedes Gallardo, Florin Anton and Aleksander Tomin, together with Boicho Marev’s own goal.
Swieqi United reduced the matters through a brace by Anderson Belarmino Da Silva, a goal apiece for Andre Cianco, Chris Cardona and Shota Chanukvadze, together with Jason Mifsud’s own goal.

In Division One, Pietà Nordiska, the University of Malta and Swieqi United U21, came out succesfully aganst Qormi, Marsascala and Junior College respectively.
Pietà Nordiska bagged an important win through a brace by Karl Sciortino and Kurt Bartolo’s goal. Qormi’s only goal was scored by Herbert Spiteri.
The Universitarians were initially on the lead with goals scored by Nermin Hasanbegovic, Jose Maria Aguilera Castellano and Gary Inguanez. Marsaskala ended the match positively as they managed to score twice when the Universitarians opted for the flying keeper. Marsascala’s goalkeeper Jean Paul Bianco scored from the other side and Antonio Fraschilla intercepted a dangerous pass and both scored in an empty net.
Finally, Swieqi United U21 white washed Junior College with the end result of 7-0.