Results
 

Turn Down For Watford (Eng)

2

V

1

Mngball FC (Eng)

Cream of the South (Eng)

1

V

3

RAF (Por)

CBT FC (Eng)

0

V

1

Big Time Krakow (Pol)

 

In a highly anticipated Group B showdown, the group leaders Turn Down For Watford took to the field to play against Mngball FC. Turn Down For Watford had a perfect record with 6 points from 6 in the tournament so far, while Mngball FC came into the game fresh from their first win.

The match started with James Wood, who had already been in fine form earlier in the tournament, opening the scoring for Turn Down For Watford. His goal, his third of the day, put his team ahead 1-0 at halftime.

As the second half unfolded, Mngball FC showed their determination to get back into the game. James Evans continued his impressive goal-scoring run, finding the net for the third consecutive game and equalizing for Mngball FC.

However, Turn Down For Watford wasn't content with a draw. They pressed forward and found the crucial winning goal through Jase Opuku-Afriyie, securing a 2-1 victory. This win solidified Turn Down For Watford's position at the top of Group B with a perfect record, making them the team to beat in the group. Mngball FC's fightback showcased their resilience, even though they faced their second loss of the tournament both against high quality opposition.

 
 
 

Group B action continued as Cream of the South faced off against RAF in a match between the teams in fifth and second positions respectively in the table.

The first half of the game saw Tiago Nogueira emerge as the star of the show for RAF. He found the back of the net twice, showcasing his expertise in front of goal and providing his team with a commanding advantage.

As the second half began, the match took on a more physical and niggly tone, with both teams vying for control. Alberto Panhania managed to score a goal for Cream of the South, reducing the deficit and keeping his team in contention. However, Tiago Nogueira wasn't finished. He completed his hat-trick with another impressive goal for RAF, sealing a 3-1 victory for the Portuguese team.

This remarkable hat-trick marked the second time in the tournament that a member of the RAF squad achieved the feat in just three games. RAF's victory solidified their position in second place in Group B, while Cream of the South faced a challenging situation in the group with two games to go to target a place in the Plate.

 
 
 

The final match of Round 3 in Group B featured CBT FC, who were looking for their first points in the tournament, against Big Time Krakow, who had secured two draws and were eager to secure their first win of the day.

The two teams appeared evenly matched in the first half as both sought to improve their positions in the group standings. As the teams changed ends there was nothing to separate them, 0-0. The match was tightly contested throughout, with both sides fighting for control and the opportunity to break the deadlock. As the game entered the second half, the anticipation grew, and it was Big Time Krakow who eventually found the breakthrough.

Kevin Jezequez emerged as the hero for Big Time Krakow, scoring the winning goal that would secure them a 1-0 victory. Big Time Krakow's hard-fought victory propelled them up to third place in the group standings, providing a boost of confidence as they continued their campaign in the Krakow Trophy. CBT FC showcased their determination in this closely contested match and surely there would be a result just around the corner for them.

 
 
Table
 
Team
Pld
Won
Drawn
Lost
For
Agst
Pts

Turn Down For Watford (Eng)

3

3

0

0

10

3

9

RAF (Por)

3

2

1

0

7

2

7

Big Time Krakow (Pol)

3

1

2

0

2

1

5

Mngball FC (Eng)

3

1

0

2

4

5

3

Cream of the South (Eng)

3

0

1

2

2

8

1

CBT FC (Eng)

3

0

0

3

0

6

0

 
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