Round 18 Review of One Future Football

We’ll start our review of Round 18 in Central Park Stadium in New York where Bondi FC pulled off one of the great comebacks of the season against Manhattan FC

The Aussies found themselves two-nil down at half-time after a superb double from Manhattan winger Isaac Carter. The second half was different and the player that changed the game was Bondi's Ollie Harris-Marsh. The English winger scored in the 55th and 65th minute and then set up Parfait Atangana in the 93rd minute to score the winner. The win sees Bondi jump four places to 8th and right back in the playoff hunt.

Next to Buenos Aires where Club Sportivo Palermo beat Bengaluru Phoenix 4-2 to pick up their first win in seven games. Los Dioses raced into a three-goal lead in 14 minutes with Ignacio Correa, Pablo Burgueno and Salvador Broglia all scoring. So Sung Chul and Noah Drakenburg dragged Bengaluru back into the game before Brian Silvestri added a fourth for Palermo in the 76th minute.

Elsewhere, the leaders’ Inter Nusantara beat Riyadh Stars 2-1 thanks to a late Segara Biru winner. Paris St-Denis, who were without Florian Grava, beat Tokyo Youth Club 1-2 in Tokyo thanks to goals from Moussa Balmy and Henry Babatunde.

South London United dropped to the bottom of the table after losing 0-1 at home to Brazil Amazonia and finally, FC Angelenos and Naija United played out an entertaining 0-0 draw in Los Angeles.

Current Standings

Highest-Rated Players

Ollie Harris-Marsh’s heroics for Bondi in Manhattan saw him pick up Player of the Round and Bernardo De Los Santos’ performance for Club Sportivo Palermo against Bengaluru made him the outstanding Young Player of the Round.
(L-R) Ollie Harris-Marsh, Bernardo De Los Santos

Big Stories

With the AFCON and Asian Cup starting, the stars of One Future Football made their predictions. Elsewhere, Dominic Azmi is reportedly leaving Bondi FC and Bernardo De Los Santos’ ego is getting out of control.

Player Rankings

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