Sydney Olympic FC claim victory against the Bulls


Sydney Olympic FC have defeated Bulls FC Academy 1-0 at Belmore Sports Ground on Saturday to make it two wins from two as they look to continue to push up the table.

Sydney Olympic opened the scoring in the 15th minute with a clever piece of play.

Adam Parkhouse moved wide to receive the ball and played a clever one two with Jakob Cresnar, with the left back making an underlapping run to support.

Parkhouse then drove into the wide space, before finding Oliver Puflett with an accurate cross in the middle – the striker made no mistake in converting with poise and precision.

The home side had multiple opportunities to double their lead but they couldn’t convert, with Puflett in particular getting into good positions in the box but just not finding the target.

The Bulls remained dangerous, but a red card in the 71st minute to Joel Bertolissio diminished their hopes and despite their efforts Sydney Olympic took the three points.

READ MORE: Sydney Olympic FC submit expression of interest for Australia’s National Second Division.

Source: Football NSW.

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