With this win, Churchill Brothers have moved to the second position with 10 points from four games while Vasco continue to occupy the 12th place.
The match saw
Vasco defend in numbers and keep Churchill Brothers attack at bay. Churchill
Brothers threw as many men into the rival half and looked to penetrate but with
the ball for fellow striker Felix Chimaokwu whose shot hit the bar while Chitra
Singh’s effort was tipped over the bar by Vasco custodian Laxmikant.
Brothers scored three in five minutes and ended Vasco’s efforts to contain
them. A Zenith free-kick from the right saw Gouramangi rise above the Vasco defenders
and his header hit the crossbar. Odafa tapped in the rebound from close range.
The very next
minute saw Odafa release Felix who got the better of defender Covan Lawrence
and the Vasco custodian Laxmikant to slot it into an empty net.
Then it was
Odafa again, he collected a through ball from Vashum and with a cool finish
rubbed further salt on Vasco’s disastrous ending to the first session.
In the second
half, Odafa added another to his tally. Vasco did reduce the margin of their
defeat as Agnelo Colaco pulled one back for his side.
Brothers have hit top form and seem unstoppable for now. Vasco are only fulfilling
what was expected of them at the start of the league – lose games.
Churchill: Odafa Okolie (40th, 44th and 62nd)
and Felix Chimaokwu (41st)
Vasco: Agnelo Colaco (70th)