Results
 

Forn De N'Aina (Arg)

0

V

4

Blue Collar Revolution (Fra)

Valecuatro (Spa)

8

V

2

Fleet Street Elite A (Eng)

FC Shark (Eng)

1

V

0

Mannenliefde (Hol)

 

Forn De N'Aina and Blue Collar Revolution kicked off Round 4. It was first versus second in the table at kick-off. Blue Collar Revolution had a 100% win record and were 3 points ahead of Forn De N'aina who had two wins from their three games.

After two big wins in Rounds 1 and 2, it was a closer 2-1 victory in Round 3. Blue Collar Revolution were back on top form in Round 4 as they scored 4 past their nearest challengers for the Group B title. There was two goals in each half for the French who were emerging as one of the tournament favourites.

Firmin Sylla scored the opener. Maxime Hatton made it 2-0 and 4-0 either side of a Julien Hatton goal (for 3-0).

Blue Collar Revolution extended their lead at the top of the table. They had now scored 13 goals and conceded just 1. They had secured Cup qualification with a game to spare. Forn De N'aina could join them but would need a win in their final game.

 
 
 

Valecuatro were next up as they hosted Fleet Street Elite A. Valecuatro had just seen Blue Collar Revolution open up a 6 point lead at the top of Group B. Valecuatro could reduce this to 3 points and move into sole occupancy of second with a win.

It was another tough game for Fleet Street Elite A but they will have been buoyed by their narrow 2-1 defeat against Blue Collar Revolution. So far, they had reserved their best performance for their toughest game. Could they keep the form going and maybe get something here?

At half-time they were still in contention. They found themselves 2-1 down as Pascal Moreno Cortes (2) outgunned Jamie Rayat (1). Unfortunately for Fleet Street Elite A their opponents moved through the gears after the break.

Juan Garcia Noguera scored a second half hat-trick plus there were goals from Mauricio Moreno Cortes, Antonio Lobo Blanco and Manuel Pardo Exposito. The bright spot for Fleet Street Elite A was Jamie Rayat's second goal. Final score, 8-2.

 
 
 

FC Shark and Mannenliefde came into Round 4 in fourth and fifth positions respectively. They were level on points with the former having the better goal difference. With two games left, two wins were essential to have serious hopes of getting to the Cup. A draw would leave the two teams in fourth and fifth. A defeat would mean fifth.

FC Shark had gone loss-win-loss and would hope to continue that with a second win here. Mannenliefde had gone win-loss-loss so needed to stop the rot and return to winning ways. We reached half-time level at 0-0 whilst clearly better than a defeat, a draw was not too much use to either team. Could one of these teams go on and find a winner?

In a word yes. Just one goal would settle this tie and it was Chris Breen of FC Shark who would score it. His goal was a crucial one and lifted his team to third place in the table.

 
 
Table
 
Team
Pld
Won
Drawn
Lost
For
Agst
Pts

Blue Collar Revolution (Fra)

4

4

0

0

13

1

12

Valecuatro (Spa)

4

3

0

1

15

8

9

FC Shark (Eng)

4

2

0

2

10

7

6

Forn De N'Aina (Arg)

4

2

0

2

7

9

6

Mannenliefde (Hol)

4

1

0

3

3

6

3

Fleet Street Elite A (Eng)

4

0

0

4

3

20

0

 
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