Sydney Olympic’s woes continue as St George City secure win


St George City FA have gained an important 1-0 victory over Sydney Olympic with an impressive performance at Penshurst Park on Saturday, June 1.

The lone goal of the game came in the 25th minute, courtesy of a sensational run from central-back Matthew Keremelevski.

The central defender chested down a Sydney Olympic clearance out of the air and strode forwards with intent, before exchanging a slick one-two with the active Presley Ortiz.

Keremelevski took another positive touch forwards to the centre of the edge of the box, and thundered home a terrific clinical strike into the bottom right corner to open the scoring at Penshurst Park.

It was a goal worthy of winning any game, and despite St George squandering a myriad of opportunities to double their lead, they held on to secure a crucial three points against Olympic.

Source: Football NSW.




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