Rabat remain unbeaten as B’Kara register second win
The MSV Life Masters League continued with Rabat beating Zurrieq Wolves to remain unbeaten while B’Kara gained their second win by beating the challenge of Melita.
B’Kara won 8-4. This was a boost for a top six push.S howing some good football they took a 5-1 lead in the first half, the only goal of Melita was scored by Andrew Naudi in the dying seconds. Early in the second half, Brian Said reduced the margin for Melita. However, B’Kara were not finished yet. They reacted and took control of the game, scoring three consecutive goals to take a lead of 8-2.
Melita however kept on trying and in the last quarter scored twice to get a more respectable result. Lawrence Vella of B’Kara who had a promising performance, and scored a hat-trick, was chosen as the best player.
In the second game, Rabat Cavette remained unbeaten and after two draws they registered their second win from four games to go fifth in the standings.
The game was well balanced until the end of the first half.
Zurrieq Wolves, who are improving with every game, opened the score after 18 minutes with Rabat getting their equaliser in the last minute.
In the second half, Zurrieq went inf ront when they scored after six minutes. However, soon after, Rabat gained superiority, scoring three goals in a row to lead 4-2. Z
urrieq kept their hopes alive when they managed to score, but then Rabat were not to be denied, took the initiative again and made sure of the three points with another two goals.
Clint Micallef ex-Rabat, B’Kara and Balzan in the Premier, was the man of the match, while Chris Muscat was his usual self. Zurrieq’s best was goalkeeper Jason Scicluna who denied Rabat with some spectacular saves, especially in the first half.