Old Edwardians FC leaves their fans astonished following their 2-0 win over Mighty Blackpool FC on Saturday afternoon at the Parade Playing Field in Freetown.
The match began with a high level of intensity as both teams employed aggressive strategies. Old Edwardians, determined to bounce back from a series of unsuccessful games, displayed an impressive performance.
Despite their reputation for resilience, Mighty Blackpool fell short against the well-executed tactics of Old Edwardians.
The stalemate was broken when a penalty kick was awarded to Old Edwardians after a reckless tackle by a Mighty Blackpool defender inside the penalty box.
The striker for Old Edwardians, Samuel Grandi, coolly converted the penalty, outsmarting the goalie for Mighty Blackpool and finding the back of the net.
With the first goal under their belt, Old Edwardians continued to put pressure on Mighty Blackpool’s defence, controlling the game with strategic passing and remarkable teamwork.
Their efforts paid off as they scored their second goal, securing a 2-0 lead.
This victory propels Old Edwardians FC up the league table, while Mighty Blackpool will regret their missed opportunities.