He made it back to back in the Cyprus Cup with a “hero” Ansarifard the Concord!
His team Sofroni Augusti found the “golden” goal with the Iranian striker in the 85′ and prevailed with 1-0 S.A. Limassol in the final of the Cyprus Cup, in a game with great intensity throughout. Second consecutive victory for the Concord which also secured a European ticket for the following season.
In the match, the pace was high from the first minutes of the match and only in the 4th minute, AEL missed a great opportunity. Davor made a powerful shot from distance, with the Fabiano to tell him “no” impressively by driving away in a corner.
In the first 20 minutes the Concord to have possession, but the big phases belonged to the Limassol team and in the 19th minute, they came close to the goal for the second time. Andreou made a great effort, got into the area but his place was weak and Fabiano blocked.
In the 25th minute, Omonia threatened with Ansarifard who received Zachario’s cross and with a volley on the move, sent the ball over the posts. The first half did not have any other big moment, with both teams defending the backs and going to the locker room tied with no goals.
THE AEL threatened in the 70′ with Miralas, who had come on as a substitute, made the cross, Jalma beat Kousoulos in the air but the ball went just wide.
In the end, the “golden” goal came in the 85th minute for Omonia with Karim Ansarifard. Bezous and Papoulis worked together outside the area, the latter made a nice cross into the area, where the Iranian found himself, who hit the spot for 1-0!
In her favor Omonia result, it did not change until the end despite the effort of the AEL players to equalize and the final whistle found the August team celebrating winning the second consecutive Cyprus Cup.
Source: Sport Fm
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