up was Luca Toni FC of Switzerland against RSC
Andylecht of England.
Toni FC made their debut at the 2017 Krakow
Trophy playing as Krakowcaine. They were the
standout team in the group phase as they secured
4 wins and 1 draw to secure the Group A title.
It was a surprise when they were knocked out
by Slovakia's GSF Drunkerz in the Cup Semi-Final
(2-1). There was personal success for Nacho
Mochales who was the tournament top goalscorer.
months later they were in action again at the
2017 Barcelona Fives. In Group C they were unbeaten
in their first 5 games (4 wins, 1 draw) but
lost their last two games to miss out on the
Cup as they finished third of eight teams. In
the Plate competition they defeated Deportivo
2.0 3-2 to advance to the Semi-Final. Their
journey ended after a 4-2 defeat to Fiorentina
recently, at the 2019 Amsterdam Fives they were
on top form in the group phase. They racked
up 4 victories and a draw to collect 13 points
out of a possible 15. They were in fine goal
scoring touch scoring 16 goals in 5 games. They
picked up a 4-2 win over Shahs of Sunset in
the Quarters to reach a second Cup Semi-Final.
They played out a thrilling 4-4 draw against
The A Team of France before going out 4-3 on
found themselves a goal down early on here in
Mallorca as Patrick Coulter opened the scoring
for RSC Andylecht. Matthijs Withagen levelled
for Luca Toni FC and we were 1-1 at the break.
The Swiss team forged ahead through Nacho Mochales
in the second half but we were soon on level
terms again. Andrew Sumner of RSC Andylecht
this time with equaliser.