Futsal: University of Malta set for a historic final against Luxol

University of Malta are set for a historic final, after coming out with flying colours against Swieqi United, with the end result of 5-2.

Swieqi United broke the deadlock after only two minutes play, through Chris Cardona. In the 16th minute, Alex Ellul levelled matters after coming in for the Universitarians. With only one minute from half time, the Universitarians were put on the lead through Gary Inguanez.

After the half time break, the whites led by their coach Kyle Sultana, were determined to win this match and ascertain their place in the final. After six minutes play Dusan Rakic scored the third goal and was followed by Shawn Deguara four minutes later. Later Swieqi United reduced the gap with Neil Cauchi putting the ball at the back of his own team’s net. Finally with only 49 remaining seconds, Rodney Debono scored the final goal from a long distance with an empty net and sealed the end result of 5-2.

Luxol will be playing in the final, after eliminating the holders Hamrun Tre Angeli, with the end result of 6-2. Mark Zammit opened the score for Luxol while Stefan Camilleri levelled the matters. All Hamrun’s efforts were in vain, as Luxol added more goals through another one from Mark Zammit, Rogerio dos Santos Filho’s brace and a goal apiece for Andy Mangion and Zvezdan Vukovic. Daniel Mifsud managed to reduce the gap for Hamrun Tre Angeli.

The Knock Out final between Luxol and the University of Malta is set for next Friday at the Corradino Sport Pavillion at 8pm.