Published: February 02, 2011
Somali League: Elman Crashes Supper Shell By 4-1
By Shafi'i Mohyaddin Abokar
Elman FC, a powerful football club in Somalia's supreme soccer defeated Supper Shell FC with a leading score of 4-1 last Tuesday.
Elman celebrated its first goal when the popular striker Abdi Aziz Mohamed Ali scored during the 25th minute of the 1st half. The same striker scored the second goal for Elman FC.
But Supper Shell's Khalid Ahmed Mohamed scored the lone goal for his team in the 34th minute
When the second half started, both teams stepped up attacking on each other's goal. But Supper Shell boys were not successful to score again. While Abdi Aziz Mohamed Ali from Elman,a national team striker scored the fourth goal for his team.
Tuesday's match attracted many high profile dignitaries including Somali Football federation President Said Mahmoud Nur and Secretary General Abdi Qani Said Arab.
As shown in the fixtures of Somalia's 2010-2011 first division soccer championship, Wednesday will be a rest day. But on Thursday, the Daalo Airlines-owned football club 'SITT' will encounter Mogadishu port's FC.
Shafi'i Mohyaddin Abokar is the NewsBlaze Somalia reporter. Contact him through NewsBlaze.
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