Round 8 Review Of One Future Football

Tokyo Youth Club 1-3 Brasil Amazônia
Brasil Amazônia are the form team in the league at the moment and they continued their winning streak with a 3-1 win in Tokyo on Saturday.

There were three goals in a frantic opening 12 minutes. Amazônia were 2-up after 9 minutes thanks to goals from Junior Ybarra and Andrea Olivieri, but Raphael Hauffe pulled one back for Tokyo in the 12th. Olivieri scored again in the 70th minute to seal a deserved three points for the league leaders.

Bengaluru Phoenix 0-0 Riyadh Stars
Bengaluru's search for a first win of the season continues after they were held to a scoreless draw by Riyadh Stars in India. The Stars had the better of it and finished with an XG of 2.57 so they had big chances to win. Bengaluru are struggling right now and manager Dhanraj Dhurve may look to make big changes ahead of the Round 9 meeting with Paris St-Denis in France.

Bondi FC 2-0 FC Angelenos
Bondi are up to third after a strong 2-0 win over FC Angelenos in Sydney. The Aussies left it late with goals from Ash Jones (82') and Charlie Baker-Jones (89') clinching the victory. Their defence was strong with Angelenos not registering a shot on target in the 90 minutes.

Inter Nusantara 0-0 Manhattan FC
The Super Sunday clash between Nusantara and Manhattan failed to live up to the hype as it finished scoreless in Jakarta. The home side was on top in every stat and should won the game, but they are still missing the finishing of Bas Holsink who missed the game through injury. Manhattan will be relieved to leave with a point.

Naija United 2-0 Paris St-Denis
Deji Akande was the hero for Naija United who pulled off a big upset in Lagos. Akande scored in the 9th and 90th minute to seal a memorable win for manager Olakunle Rufai. Paris' former Naija defender Kokou Akakpo was sent off in added time on a dreadful night for the French side.

Club Sportivo Palermo 0-1 South London United
South London United won a tight game in Buenos Aires as a single Paul Obagbemiro goal was enough to claim all three points, the Nigerian's second of the season. Adrien Grondin was the Player of the Match once again for South London who move up to fourth place.