South Melbourne FC continues unbeaten run


By Bill Roumeliotis.

South Melbourne FC achieved their fourth consecutive victory in Victoria’s National Premier Leagues season against Manningham City.

South Melbourne sit at the top of the table with 12 points after beating Manningham 5-2 in thrilling fashion. The team found themselves 2-0 down until the 37th minute.

Harrison Sawyer was the main protagonist of the match after scoring a hat trick, while the 20-year-old Emile Peios also made a great appearance.

Ben Everson scored for Manningham in the 7th and 23rd minutes, while the answer from South Melbourne came in the 37th minute with Sawyer reducing the score to 2-1. In the 39th minute, Nahuel Bonada tied the match at 2-2.

Sawyer scored again in the 43rd and 49th minutes, while the final score was made by Jordon Lampard in the 52nd minute.




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