In one of the most anticipated matches of Season 4’s Super League, Season 3 Social League champions, EasyPlay, met Zestlife, winners of Season 3’s Premier League. The match would serve as a curtain raiser ahead of a combined league this summer, with both teams confident ahead of the kick-off.
EasyPlay cruised past 2G1S, last season, to lift the Sterling Cup for the second time in a row. They dominated teams. Scoring goals for fun, with intricate build-up play and clinical finishing.
Meanwhile, Zestlife condemned Shin City to yet another 2 nd -place finish. The league debutantes were notoriously difficult to breakdown all season. This paired with skillful forwards, capable of creating and finishing attacks by themselves, meant many a team tried, but failed, to take away any positives from their games against the eventual league winners.
Thus, expectations were high ahead of the clash, and spectators were not disappointed as the game was littered with goals, skills and rough tackles.
However, it would become evident, right from the first whistle, that EasyPlay would dominate the
match. Ozwald had another solid display at the back which allowed Keanan’s devastating display upfront to take EasyPlay well clear on the day.
This marks a difficult start for Zestlife, who would have backed themselves to have another easy run through the league. Will they be able to recover and compete again this season. Final score ended with a 14-8 victory for EasyPlay over Zestlife
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