It was a hell of surprise in Boston today as the fans at home in Washington put a song of hope earlier this afternoon before the game. Looking at the record put in place by Bobcats Fc, a sporadic set of players with unassuming talents got a firec cracking opponent that created a challenge to weaken their game pattern. Despite non permitting weather of below 45° centigrade thus evening in chilly city of Massachussetts, Boston. 

The SGFC Eagles travelled almost 450 miles away from Washington area to take on Upstate city NEW HAMPSHIRE BOBCATS FC.

Coach Opanuga addressing his players
SGFC Eagles Maryland came with his pattern of 4-1-4-1 from the starting lineUp with Goalkeeper Joel Isyaq. The midfield was controlled by trio of Shiek Kamara, mannie Yamson and newly signed USL Player Henri Manhebo. After 25 minutes of taking control of the game had changed pattern to 4-4-2 withTerror attacks from  Mohamed Jawara and Galidore Ngapeth from Cameroun. The Bobcats defensive line were constantly receive pressure from Mohamed Jawara during the 2nd half of the match that led to Eagles pacing into their goal line. The Washington based Eagles has constantly putting vibrant lead on the ASL League table retuning all games with a victory.

Coach Richard and Coach Ocampo
Coach Richard Opanuga of SGFC Eagles Maryland told Global Impact sports and Sports Flames correspondence here in Washington that our club will continue to make our home base proud. We are committed to constantly staying in tandem  and complying with a winning tradition. 

Lekan Olagunle SGFC Eagles equipment director has earlier make a pledge of winning the match with a 3 goal. Paul Akinrimisi the Director of Football also thank his squad and commented that his coaches are doing a great drill and putting up vital and latest philosophy of soccer similar to what was learned from bigger clubside.
Goals Analysis.
Mo Kamara - 31st
Galidore Ngapeth - 40th
Phillips Tavares - 55th

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