OSFL CSD Playoffs: IASFC share spoils with Elite FC

The first half of the encounter ended in a barren draw with both sides mounting pressure with the aim of getting an early lead.

All tactics put in place by the two teams for goals were unsuccessful as both sides kept it tight.

The restart of the entertaining encounter continued with high intensity as Ijapo Ages Stars FC drew the first blood through Seun John header from Ikechukwu brilliant crossing in the 36th minute.

Matthew Israel could have doubled the lead for Ijapo Ages Stars FC, but Elite FC goalkeeper was well positioned to save from the 25 yards missile.

Elite FC fought their ways back to level the deficit in the 42nd minute.

Ijapo Ages Stars FC Coach, Adeola Adetomiwa commended his side for the good outing, saying his target was to get the maximum points.

He said: Thank God that we have qualified for the super eight, it’s very important for us to go back to the drawing board to address some areas of lapses.

Super Eight competition is not a child’s play, so we need to prepare very well, mentally, emotionally and tactically, he said.

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