NNL MD4:Mighty Jets cruise over NAF by 2 goals to nil

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By Eagle Eye Sports24

The Nigeria National League Match Day4 fixtures in Jos on Saturday had all the trappings of a premier football match.

Mighty Jets began the match on a positive note with an attacking display which resulted in an early goal in the 6th minute of play by Emmanuel Dung.

The early goal destabilized the Nigerian Air Force team and brought out the best in the Abuja based side with compliments of a contingents of their supporters that accompany the team to Jos.

The Mighty Jets side tutored by Najib Mabo, were very inspiring in the attack with occasional forays by dare devil attacker,Joseph Jatau, initiated by their maestro and captain Saleh Mohammed while NAF took control of the midfield with their economic display to the admiration of the spars crowd that watched the match at the Uncompleted New Jos Stadium,Zaria Road.

The first half ended by a lone goal but on resumption of the 2nd half,Jets seized the initiative tormenting the defenders of NAF with several goal scoring chances been wasted.

Jets attacking prowess finally paid off with a 64th minute ‘text book’ strike by Emmanuel Jatau,to register his name on the goal scorers chat ,there by sending the jubilant supporters into ecstasy.

The victory pummeled Mighty Jets to the 5th position with 5 points in the Northern Conference Group C log with their next fixtures against 4th placed ABS in Ilorin with 6 points .

Expressing his joy shortly after the match,former captain of Mighty Jets,Alkazeem Mohammed,who was very inspirational in the match,expressed his joy over the victory over NAF Rockets of Abuja.

“We thank God for today’s victory,Insha Allah we would continue this way”.

Eagle Eye Sports24 reports that the loss of NAF has further plunged them into the relegation zone with just one victory and lost three matches.

Mighty Jets FC,Muhammed Alkazeem,shortly after his team victory over NAF at the New Jos Stadium in their NNL MD4 derby.

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