IFA Sports, Mumbai propelled by Sasmita Behera’s double hat trick and triple strikes from Pooja Kapate and Akanksha Kandalkar recorded a landslide 19-0 victory over ill-fated Next Sports Academy Palghar in a Premier League match. WIFA Women’s Round The Football League played Monday at the Cooperage Football Field. PIFA captain Dipika C. and Trupti Deep both scored two goals apiece while Pratima Mukhia, Anita Rawat and Sruthi Kandikonda each scored.
This is the 2021-2022 AIFF Indian Women’s Football League qualifying tournament.
In other matches, Kenkre FC, Mumbai rallied to defeat Amma FC, Nagapur 3-1. Visiting Amma FC rocked the citadel of Kenkre FC when Punam Kumari hit the goal in the 15th minute and entered the break with a slim 1-0 lead. However, the home side fought back and scored three goals in the second half thanks to striker Deniese Pereira in the 53rd minute, Yumlembam Thailand Devi in the 63rd minute and Kavya Jaiswal in the 81st minute to clinch a deserved victory and the three points. .
Later that afternoon at SP Football Academy, Thane shut out India Rush SC, Mumbai by a comfortable 3-0 margin. Afreen Peerbhoy gave Thane’s side the lead in the 23rd minute and in the second session the India defender Rush scored an own goal as SP Football Academy doubled the lead at the 60th minute. Jahnavi Shetty scored the third goal in the 67th minute.
PIFA Sports (Mumbai) 19 (Sasmita Behera 6, Pooja Kapate 3, Akanksha Kandalkar 3, Dipika C. 2, Trupti Deep 2, Pratima Mukhia, Anita Rawat, Sruthi Kandikonda) bt Next Sports Academy (Palghar) 0; Kenkre FC (Mumbai) 3 (Deniese Pereira, YumlembamThailand Devi, Kavya Jaiswal) bt Amma FC (Nagpur) 1 (Punam Kumari); SP Football Academy (Thane) 3 (Afreen Peerbhoy, Suruchi Mistry-OG, Jahnavi Shetty) bt India Rush SC (Mumbai) 0
Posted on: Tuesday December 14th, 2021 2:33 PM IST