Round 4 Review Of One Future Football

Bondi FC 2-0 Brasil Amazônia
The first game of Round 4 of One Future Football was at the Bondi Beach Bowl in Sydney, Australia. where Bondi Football Club secured a solid 2-0 win against Clube de Futebol Brasil Amazônia.

Bondi's Charlie Baker-Jones broke the deadlock in the 55th minute with a left-footed strike, assisted by Ash Jones. The home side extended their lead in the 68th minute when Parfait Atangana found the net with a right-footed finish after a nice cross by young Indonesian full-back Garang Tarihoran.

Tokyo Youth Club 2-2 Bengaluru Phoenix FC
Tokyo Youth Club and Bengaluru Phoenix FC battled to an entertaining 2-2 draw at Shibuya Central Stadium in Tokyo, Japan.

Bengaluru Phoenix FC's Amath Niang scored a brace in quick succession in the 55th and 61st minutes, with assists from Noah Drakenburg and Ravi Dasar respectively. However, Tokyo Youth Club fought back, with Henrique Bastos reducing the deficit with a left-footed volley in the 73rd minute after good work by Raphael Hauffe. The home side then equalized in the 79th minute, as Ko Kato found the net with a left-footed strike after a nice link-up with midfield partner Ichiro Oba.

Inter Nusantara FC 1-1 South London United
Inter Nusantara dropped their first points of the season at home to South London United after the two sides played out a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Garuda Stadium in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Inter Nusantara took an early lead in the 7th minute when Bas Holsink scored with a header from a cross by David de Sousa. Holsink's fifth goal of the season. However, South London United mounted a late comeback, with Ruben Sinclair netting the equaliser in the 90th minute with a right-footed shot after some great play by James Alcock.

Manhattan FC 1-0  Riyadh Stars FC
Manhattan FC secured a narrow 1-0 victory over Riyadh Stars at Central Park Stadium in New York City, USA.

Léo Ramon was the hero for Manhattan FC, breaking the deadlock in the 14th minute with a clinical left-footed finish. The assist was provided by Luca Johnson.

FC Angelenos 1-2 Paris St-Denis
Paris St-Denis secured a hard-fought 2-1 victory over Futbol Club Angelenos at Boyle Heights Stadium in Los Angeles, USA.

Angelenos took the lead in the 30th minute when Albin Dahlin got on the end of an Alex León pass and found the net with a powerful right-footed shot. The Swede's first goal of the season. However, Paris St-Denis quickly responded, with Florian Grava equalising just four minutes later with a left-footed strike, the assist came from Liam O'Malley. Grava then turned hero for Paris St-Denis, scoring his second goal of the match in the 78th minute with another precise left-footed shot, this time set up by Jung Sang-Min.

Naija United 5-0 Club Sportivo Palermo
Naija United picked up their first win of the season in stunning style by hammering Club Sportivo Palermo 5-0 at Elegushi Beach Stadium in Lagos, Nigeria.

Naija's goals came from Charles Ogude in the 6th minute, Sohail Siddiqui in the 27th minute, Anthony Chidi in the 44th and 88th minutes, and Cristian Venditto in the 52nd minute. They were impressive from start to finish with Nick Amos, Venditto, and Tobias Jung picking up assists.