Round 19 Review of One Future Football

Round 19 kicked off in New York City where Manhattan FC hosted Brasil Amazonia. The Americans came into the game in patchy form having picked up one win in the last four games, but they took control early. English winger Isaac Carter scored a header in the 6th minute after some good work by Dale Ramos and Luca Johnson doubled the lead in the 27th minute with a powerful drive from the edge of the box. That’s how it finished after 90 minutes.

Next to the UK where South London United were in desperate need of a result against Club Sportivo Palermo. It couldn’t have gone worse for the Londoners who were beaten 0-4 in the end. Ignacio Correa scored twice and Pablo Burgueno and Bernardo De Los Santos also netted for the Buenos Aires side. South London are rock bottom.

There was last-minute drama in Sydney as Bondi FC let go of a 2-nil lead and ended up losing 2-3 to Bengaluru Phoenix. Ricardo Augusto and Josh Park had Bondi 2-up inside 18 minutes. Liam O’Malley pulled one back in the 44th minute. Ajay Pal then equalised in the 67th minute and it was the Irishman O’Malley who stole the winner for the Indian club in the 90th minute. A huge result.

A crazy game in Lagos where Naija United had more shots, XG, final third entries and possession than Inter Nusantara, but still lost 0-5. Bas Holsink scored a hat-trick for Nusanatara who had eight shots and seven on target during the game. A clinical display.

Elsewhere, Cerqueira scored an 81st-minute winner for Riyadh Stars who beat Tokyo Youth Club 2-1 in Saudi Arabia and Paris St-Denis beat FC Angelenos 2-0 thanks to a Florian Grava penalty and a late goal from Stanley Van Ooijen.

Current Standings

Highest-Rated Players

Bas Holsink’s hat trick against Naija United saw him take home Player of the Round while Liam O’Malley’s heroics for Bengaluru saw him named Young Player of the Round.
Bas Holsink and Liam O'Malley


Big Stories

Bondi FC captain Josh Park called out his teammates after the 2-3 defeat to Bengaluru in Sydney. With AFCON and the Asian Cup going one picked the best African and Asian XIs competing in One Future Football right now.
Josh Park quotes


Top Scorer

Bas Holsink's hattrick moves him well into pole position in the race for the Golden Boot. The Dutchman is looking likely to win it for a second consecutive year.
Top Scorers - Round 19

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