Two goals from Boris Sanchez guided Angels to a 2-1 win over Gibraltar United and close the gap between them and Glacis Utd to four points. Continue reading
Angels secured their first win of the season, beating Glacis Utd 2-0 courtesy of a brace from Salvador Delgado.
Glacis Utd dominated the early stages and had the first chance of the game, Juan Ruesca’s shot went just wide. Despite the early pressure it was Angels who broke the deadlock, Juan Villada found Salvador Delgado who slotted his shot past Jose Rico Perez. Six minutes later Angels nearly doubled their lead but Alberto Morente’s free-kick hit the post.
Just before half-time Angels had an opportunity to equalise but Leo Pereyra’s header was comfortably saved by Juan Antonio Mateo Perez. Angels were able to hold on and go into half-time leading 1-0.
Lincoln Red Imps remain top of league after goals by Guido Abayain and a brace from Lee Casciaro & Antonio Livramento secured a comfortable 5-0 victory over Angels.
Lincoln opened the scoring less than fifteen minutes in, Lee Casciaro latched onto a through ball by Liam Walker and lobbed the onrushing Juan Mateo Perez. Seven minutes later Lincoln doubled their lead, Liam Walker whipped in a cross which found Antonio Livramento, the winger guided his header past Mateo Perez.
Just before half-time Lincoln made it 3-0, Jean Carlos Garcia’s low cross found Livramento who slotted his shot away from close range. Livramento nearly got his hat-trick minutes later but his effort hit the post. Lincoln went into half-time leading 3-0.
Lincoln brought on Guido Abayain at half-time and made an immediate impact, the striker capitalised on a mistake by the Angels keeper and slotted his shot into an empty net. Lee Casciaro rubbed salt into Angels’ wounds a few minutes later, the striker rounded Mateo Perez and slotted his shot away.
With twenty minutes left and Lincoln comfortably leading Steven Soussi made his debut replacing Anthony Bardon. Lincoln had countless chances to extend their lead but Angels keeper Juan Antonio Mateo Perez was on hand to keep them out, making some world-class saves.
This win sees Lincoln go into next week’s big game against Manchester 62 top while Angels, in ninth, take on Gibraltar United.
The first half started with Europa dominating possession and creating any early chance through Jose Barranco but the striker struck his effort wide. Less than ten minutes in Angels took a shock lead, Francisco Nieto delivered a free-kick which found Omar Bernal in the middle, the midfielder toe-poked his effort past the onrushing Javi Munoz.
Angels started to dominate the game, Juan Palomino latched onto a through ball but the striker’s lobbed effort went just wide. Europa came battling back, Pedro Carrion headed his effort wide from a Jesus Toscano cross. Minutes later Javi Martinez was through on goal but the winger stroked his shot past the post.
Few minutes before half-time Angels doubled their lead and what a goal it was, from 20-25 yards out, Angel Morente stepped up and curled his effort around the wall and into the top corner. Incredible! Shortly after the restart Tim Reoch blew for full-time with Angels leading 2-0.
The second half started with Europa getting themselves an early goal, Angels failed to clear the danger and the striker was on hand to tap his shot past Mateo. Mateo was called into action minutes later saving a long range effort from Rodriguez. Javi Martinez had a great chance to equalise but the winger smashed his shot over the bar.
With less than 15 minutes remaining Europa equalised, Guillermo Mendez received the ball in the middle, the midfielder controlled and drilled his shot into the bottom corner. Angels moved to nine at the back, clearing any crosses or through balls Europa delivered by Angels defenders Jose Pino Moreno & Jonathan Arroyal dealt with the danger well.
With five minutes remaining the comeback was completed, a cross was whipped in and met by Javi Martinez in the middle, the winger controlled and slotted his shot past Mateo Perez sending Europa players and management into an absolute frenzy.
Europa were able to hold on for the remaining part of the game and walked away with the three points. This win sees Europa remain second, level on points with Lincoln while Angels remain ninth.
FC Britannia came from behind to secure a 3-1 victory over nine-man Angels courtesy of goals from Jose Luis Otero, Renan Bernardes & Peter Warren.
The first half started with Britannia dominating possession but were unable to create any chances against a very well-organised Angels defence. Despite struggling Angels took a shock lead, Omar Bernal’s shot was blocked and the rebound fell to Juan Antonio Palomino, with his back to goal the striker went for the spectacular overhead kick and his effort beat Barnfather and rolled into the bottom corner.
Four minutes later Britannia had a good chance, Risto Kago’s long range free-kick was excellently saved by Juan Mateo Perez. The resulting corner was whipped in and was fumbled by Mateo Perez, the rebound fell to Shea Breakspear whose shot was cleared off the line.
Despite all the Britannia possession Angels nearly doubled their lead shortly after, a cross from Omar Bernal was just out of the reach of Palomino who did so well to get in front of the Britannia defender. Seconds before half-time Britannia equalisied, Risto Kago’s free-kick found Jose Luis Otero whose header from just outside the area looped over Mateo Perez and went in.
The second half started with Britannia dominating and Angels defending deep. Britannia made it 2-1 on the 58th minute, Renan Bernardes’ stepped up and curled his long range free-kick over the wall and straight into the top corner. After conceding Angels stepped up their game in hope of an equalisier but Man of the match Jose Luis Otero was able to handle the Angels attacks with ease.
With less than ten minutes remaining Britannia made it 3-1, Sam Gilroy’s low cross found Peter Warren who slotted his shot past Mateo Perez. With the game nearing full-time and Angels’ hopes of a comeback ended, they found themselves down to 9 men in the space of a few minutes with Toufik Larouia sent off for a second bookable offence and David Moreno Gomez given a straight red for a late challenge on Andre Dos Santos.
The game restarted and referee Herbert Warwick blew for full-time and Britannia walked away with the three points which now sees them sit third in the table while Angels remain ninth.
Cristian Toncheff was the star of the show on Super Sunday as Manchester 62 beat Angels FC 5-1 in Premier Division.
The first half started with Manchester 62 on the attack and opened the scoring in the first five minutes, Juan Gonzalez whipped in a cross and found Cristian Toncheff whose header flew past Juan Mateo Perez. Fifteen minutes later Manchester had a great chance to double their lead, Cristian Toncheff latched onto a through ball by Alvaro Navarro, his shot was saved by Mateo Perez.
Manchester 62 continued to dominate but couldn’t find a way past the Angels defence. Angels for themselves an equaliser with five minutes remaining, Manchester defence were caught sleeping, David Moreno Gomez ran through on goal and slotted his shot past Kaaron Macedo.
Moments after the restart Manchester took the lead again, the Red Devils were awarded a penalty as Fernando Perez handled the ball in the area. Argentine hitman Cristian Toncheff stepped up and slotted it past Mateo. The referee blew for half-time with Manchester leading 2-1.
The second half started with Manchester on the attack and got themselves an early goal, Cristian Toncheff capitalised on Juan Antonio Mateo’s mistake and tapped his shot into an empty net to make it 3-1. Fifteen minutes later Angels were down to 10 men as Fernando Perez was sent off for a second bookable offence.
Minutes later Manchester made it 4-1, Alvaro Navarro’s low cross was put into his own net by Jose Luis Munoz. Just before full-time Manchester were awarded a penalty as Aaron Payas was brought down in the area. Cristian Toncheff stepped up and smashed his penalty past Juan Antonio Mateo. The game restarted and the referee blew for the final whistle.
This win sees Manchester move into fourth position, level on points with Lynx while Angels move bottom.
A brace from Jose Luis Verdejo and a goal each for Jorge Torres & Diego Cabello secures St Joseph’s a comfortable 4-0 win over Angels FC.
The first half started with St Joseph’s on the attack and broke the deadlock in the opening ten minutes, a cross was whipped in which found Jorge Torres, the winger controlled it and smashed it past Juan Mateo Perez. St Joseph’s continued to dominate and soon made it 2-0, Jose Luis Verdejo got his head on the end of a cross which flew past Juan Mateo Perez.
St Joseph’s had a few more chances soon after, full-back Ivan Lobato’s long range effort flew just over the bar, this was follow by Brazilian midfielder Emerson De Oliveira Roque’s shot going just wide also. Emerson was in the thick of the action, he connect well from a Catharino free-kick but his header went wide.
Referee Jason Barcelo blew for halftime with St Joseph’s comfortably leading 2-0.
The second half got underway with St Joseph’s dominating possession but struggling to find a way past the Angels defenders. Saints made a substitution on the hour mark with winger Jose Garrido Munoz making way for Juan Carlos Fernandez Polo. Polo got involved straight away, he excellently skipped past an Angels defender and whipped in a great cross which was cleared.
St Joseph’s continued to pressure and nearly got their third of the night but Thyago Catharino’s shot went inches wide of Mateo’s goal. Saints were awarded a free-kick in a dangerous position after Polo’s was fouled after making a mockery of the Angels defenders, the resulting free-kick led to nothing.
St Joseph’s made it 3-0 shortly after, Juan Carlos Polo received the ball in the middle, the midfielder flicked the ball into the path of Jose Luis Verdejo who slotted his shot away. Minutes after newly signed Cecil Prescott made his debut coming on for Javier Frances Lopez.
Great link up play from Juan Carlos Polo and Cecil Prescott saw the youngsters cross find Jorge Torres who curled his effort onto the crossbar. Just before full-time St Joseph’s made it 4-0, super sub Diego Cabello latched onto a through ball and calmly slotted it past Mateo Perez.
Minutes later Jason Barcelo blew for full-time and Saints winning 4-0 which now sees them move top of the league for now.
The Premier Division returns today, as sixth place St Joseph’s FC take on ninth place Angels FC.
St Joseph’s come into this game as 4/6 favourites and will be expecting to walk away with all three points today. St Joseph’s didn’t get off to the best of starts last weekend, as they only came away with a point against Lions, despite being the more dominant side. Saints looked a very strong team last season, something which they lacked last season. One player who impressed many was striker Juan Carlos Fernandez Polo, as the strikers strength and skill troubled the Lions defenders, and the striker was unfortunate not to grab himself a goal.
Angels come into this game as 5/2 outsiders, and are set for another difficult game. The newly-promoted side proved last game that they won’t be pushovers though, after they lost 2-1 to a very strong Lynx side. Despite technical problems and having their full-back Pino Moreno sent off early on, there were a few positive to take from last weeks defeat. One player who did impress though was goalkeeper Juan Antonio Mateo Perez who produced a terrific display against Lynx.
The game kicks off at 20:30 at the Victoria Stadium, and if you fancy both teams to cancel each other out, the draw is currently 10/3.
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