Shahrukh Sohail, Chief Editor, Islamabad
Mohammad Rasool’s goal helped a resiliant KESC side to come out on top against Afghan FC despite having star striker Oludeyi Sunday sent off late in the game and conceding a penalty.
KESC took the lead through the former Pakistan International and the KESC goalkeeper put up a valiant display between the posts to keep Afghan FC. Showing their hunger for the title, the Chaman giants kept battering their opponents and kept a tight check on Nigerian forward Oludeyi.
According to reports, Oludeyi complained to officials about players spitting on him and visibly upset after a 2nd yellow card gave him his marching orders late in the game.
There was more drama in the closing stages as Afghan FC won a penalty but failed to convert as KESC earned a well-deserved three points.