Paulo Victor scores six as Phnom Penh Crown run riot against Kampong Cham
June 30, 2019 - 7:01 PM | Post by ណាវឌ្ឍន៍
A stunning performance from both halves sees Phnom Penh Crown put Kampong Cham to the sword as they run out 17-2 winners against Thol Kosal’s side at the Army Stadium this afternoon.
This afternoon’s victory is Phnom Penh Crown’s second superb win over Kampong Cham as they defeated the province-based side10-0 in the first leg of the Hun Sen Cup round of last 16 at the Smart RSN Stadium on Thursday night.
Paulo Victor missed two early chances. The Brazilian striker’s low effort was saved by Kampong Cham goalkeeper Sreng Sophoan before he headed wide from Mao Piseth’s cross.
The 24-year-old, however, took his third chance as he smashed it home to put Phnom Penh Crown in front in the ninth minute of the play. Four minutes later, Brak Thiva missed an easy chance after his low shot was off target.
Paulo Victor’s low effort to the bottom left corner saw Phnom Penh Crown extend their lead to 2-0 before Osei Tutu Michael converted from the penalty spot to pull one goal back for Kampong Cham, but Paulo Victor completed his hat-trick just seconds after Osei Tutu Michael’s penalty kick.
Paulo Victor got his fourth goal as he sent out a powerful strike before Va Sokthorn made it 5-1 for Phnom Penh Crown with a stunner from the tie angle just one minute before the half-time break.
Phnom Penh Crown bagged four more goals just fifteen minutes into the second half. Brak Thiva scored two goals within four minutes before Lim Pisoth’s nice strike made it 8-1, and then Mao Piseth scored Phnom Penh Crown’s ninth goal in the sixtieth minute.
Paulo Victor struck twice to make it 11-1 before he was replaced by Neou Sosela after scoring his sixth goal of the match. Lim Pisoth bagged his second goal that was Phnom Penh Crown’s twelfth, and Osei Tutu Michael’s own goal saw Phnom Penh Crown take 13-1 lead with eight minutes remaining.
Lim Pisoth got his hat-trick, and three goals from three different players including skipper Ouk Sothy, Neou Sosela, and Pov Punvuthy before Pov Mony Botra scored Kampong Cham’s second goal in the final minute of the stoppage time as Phnom Penh Crown secured all the points with an incredible 17-2 victory.