Fourth straight win for South Melbourne FC in NPL Victoria

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South Melbourne FC is unstoppable at the start of this year’s National Premier Leagues Victoria (NPL Victoria), as the Blue and Whites celebrated their fourth win in as many games.

Esteban Quintas’ men claimed a 1-0 victory over Dandenong Thunder over the weekend.

In front of approximately 1,500 spectators at George Andrews Reserve, South Melbourne FC entered the field hungry, had control of the game and looked for the goal which came in the 27th minute by Patrick Langlois.

In the second half, things seemed to be easier for South Melbourne as Dandenong Thunder were left with 10 players due to the dismissal of Ismaili with a direct red card for a hard foul on Norton.

But still, South Melbourne missed important opportunities to double the score, resulting in an anxious victory in the end.

With this victory, the Blue and Whites continue to lead the “race” of the standings with 12 points.

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