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Tibet post facile 4-0 win over Viva North, Goa in Goa Women's Football Tournament Festival

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Mapusa | Thursday, May 5 2016 IST
Tibet defeated Viva North, Goa 4-0 at the Duler football stadium here today and sealed their place in the final of Goa Women's Football Tournament Festival.

The goals for winners came from Jamyang Chotso (in 6th and 33rd minutes), Ngawang Otsoe (11th) and Dhondup Lhamo (40th).

Tibet women's team dominated the proceedings right from the start and controlled the tempo of the entire match.

Tibet's captain Jamyang Chotso opened the account in the sixth minute with a goal on a pass from Tsewang Dolma on the left flank.

Chotso received the ball from just on top of the box and dribbled past two defenders and made a deft placement of the ball to find the back of the net.

In the 11th minute, Tibet got a free-kick from just outside the D area. Ngawang Otsoe stepped up and scored a goal with a brilliant free-kick that gave the Viva North goalkeeper no chance.

Sonam Dolma worked tirelessly for the Tibet team on the right flank and Otsoe marshalled the midfield area for Tibet.

Rekha Bali and Anika D'souza played a good match for Viva North in defence and thwarted many goal scoring opportunities of Tibet.

Tibet was leading 2-0 at the breather.

Viva North started the second half in a much better fashion and tried hard to pull a goal back, but Yangdon Lhamo and Lhakda Bhuti stood strong in defence for Tibet.

In the run of play, Dolma made a fine run on the left flank and gave a nice cross to Chotso who unleased a nice volley from just outside the box to put Tibet up 3-0.

Dhondup Lhamo scored the fourth goal for Tibet few minutes later with a solo effort by dribbling past a couple of defenders and placing the ball in the far corner.

Viva North girls put up a good display with four Indian internationals within their ranks, but lacked the killer instinct.

Viva North had their share of chances, but lady luck was just not on their side and the target eluded them.

Viva's Mansi Haldankar and Cliantha D'Costa had the best chances to reduce the margin for the team towards the fag end of the match, but Tibet goalkeeper Tenzin Dekyong managed to thwart the effort in a one to one situation.

Tibet women's team will play against Goa XI in the final on May seven.UNI SRN SS RSA AN2227

-- (UNI) -- C-1-DL0169-717759.Xml

 
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