Dolphins Now 2nd On NPL Table

After beating Nasarawa United 2-1 in Port Harcourt, Dolphins returned to the top four and are now 2nd on the table.
Two goals from top scorer, Emem Eduok in the 25th and 69th minutes and one from Nasarawa United captain, Debekeme Tamarakuno was all the game had to offer in a rainy encounter.
The heavens opened up at the start of the game and rained until the half time whistle sounded, then opened up fiercely as soon the 2nd half kicked off, this time making the game almost unplayable though the referee did not stop the match even once.
Nasarawa United’s head coach, Baba Ganaru blamed the rainy pitch for their inability to get a result, but said he did not protest because he thought the referee would be wise enough to call off the game.
“It was not a bad game, especially in the first half but the second half was not a football match because there was no decent play from either of us due of the rain and the pitch.
“I actually thought the referees would stop the game but since they decided to continue we also thought we should see it out, but the second half was a mess because there was no football played.
Ganaru added that Sunday’s result against Dolphins will not in anyway derail their chances of winning the league this season as he felt they were still on course.


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