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NLO: Hammola defeats Karamba, target top spot 

Ganiyu Muftau 

Hammola international football club Ido-osun defeats karamba fc of Ada by one goal to nil in an emphatic match. It was keenly contest from both side trying to secure three points. 

Hammola have the opportunity to go in front in the first ten minutes of the match, but couldn’t convert their chances. They continue to search for the goals which they are the better side in the first 20 minutes of the match 

Adetunji Taofeek powerful free kick save by karamba fc before another attempt was made by Ganiyu Maruf whose header goes wide. 

Hammola international fc has a penalty in the 33 minutes of the match when karamba fc defender pushed the away through his hand inside 18 yard, which the referee pointed to the spot for penalty. 

Ibrahim Isiak misses the penalty to put Hammola in front in the game. Hammola continue to search for the opener when they continue to mount pressure on karamba fc. 

Karamba fc tried to hold the pressure from the opposition when they tried to control some minutes in the game but they couldn’t convert their chances to go. 

In the 72 minutes Odeyemi Qowiy give Hammola fc the lead with fantastic header from goalkeeper error. Still yet they continue to be the better side in the match. Another goal was scored by Hammola fc in the 85 minutes of the match but the assistant referee raised the flag for offside. 

Hammola fc is now second on the table in their group with 9 points in four matches played so far.  They’re behind Igbajo United who occupied the first position with unbeaten in their four matches played.

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