Round 18 Review of One Future Football

There were five away wins and one home win in Round 18/22 of One Future Football.

That one home win is significant as it took place in Sydney as Bondi FC beat Paris St-Denis 2-0. The win is Bondi's fifth in a row and they are making a strong push to finish in the top two with just four games to go. Ruben Santos and Jouzas Butkus scored for Nick Stav's men.

The leaders Brasil AmazĂ´nia beat Club Sportivo Palermo 4-3 in Buenos Aires. Thiago Barros scored a hat-trick for the Brazilians to keep them three points clear at the top of the table.

South London United are up to third after picking up a 2-0 win over Bengaluru Phoenix in India. Substitute Kofi Opoku changed the game in the second half. He set up Hasan Sabry for the opener in the 71st minute and the Ghanian scored in the 87th minute to kill the game. Ruben Sinclair did limp off for the Ballers and will miss the next two games.

Naija United suffered their third loss in a row going down 1-0 to Riyadh Stars in Lagos. Rashid Al Balushi with the goal for the Saudis.

Naija remain in the top six, however, because their closest rivals Tokyo Youth Club lost 3-2 at home to Manhattan FC. Jose Alcantar netted a hat-trick for Manhattan.

Elsewhere, FC Angelenos won their first game in four as they beat Inter Nusantara 1-0 in Jakarta. That's three defeats in a row for Nusantara who drop to 10th.