Yeu Muslim on the victory over G.C National Police and his first league goal this season
May 14, 2019 - 3:25 PM | Article by Sophak
Phnom Penh Crown bounced back from a bitter 3-0 defeat to Nagaworld to thrash G.C National Police 3-0 at the Smart RSN Stadium, with Yeu Muslim pointing out that last week’s convincing win came through the great teamwork.
The Red Singha put on an impressive performance with their great dominance of the match, allowing them to score three goals and keep a clean sheet that can move them from tenth place to seventh in the Metfone Cambodian League table.
Yeu Muslim opened the scoring after twelve minutes of the play before Brazilian forward Paulo Victor netted from the penalty spot to give Phnom Penh Crown a two-goal lead at the half-time break.
Second-half substitute Mao Piseth, who came on to replace Paulo Victor in the eighty-sixth minute, scored Phnom Penh Crown’s third goal on that night with a stoppage time stunner to ensure Sum Vanna’s side three important points.
Yeu Muslim, who bagged his first goal of the season to break the deadlock for Phnom Penh Crown against G.C National Police, pinpointed how important his first goal was during a huge win over Prak Sovannara’s side.
The 20-year-old told ppcfc.com: “The victory over G.C National Police came through our hard work and teamwork, and we are very committed to getting more wins in the next games. We played well against them and performed better than our previous games.
“There’s room for improvement that I need to make. I love to play in the attacking position, but I need to learn more about this new role.
“We created many clear chances, but we were not lucky to score more goals. I scored the opening goal, which helped me and the whole team get more confidence and continue our hard work to win more games in the future.”