Philippine Air Force Phoenix FC defeated Manila All-Japan FC 13-0
Ian Araneta lead they way for the Air Force scoring five goals, putting him closer to Phil Younghusbad as the Cup’s top scorer 10 to 14.
The Air force just put up a show during the game, making it a goal festival for them.
Even the early minutes of the match, Reymark Palmes already scored a goal within the first 3 minutes of the game. With a hat trick he added two more goals in the 12th and 14th minute of the game.
But it was Ian Araneta who put on a show, scoring all of his five goals all in the first half. He scored in the 6th, 15th, 28th, 34th and 37th minutes in the game.
Chieffy Caligdong joined in the goal feast for the Air Force and contributing two goals in the match in the 25th and 38th minutes.
Randy Bela-Ong had his share, scoring one goal in the 18th minute.
By halftime, the Philippine Air Force Phoenix FC were already leading 11-0. But goal feast does not in there, by second half the Air force added two more goals courtesy of Rolando Duenas and Timothy Rabena.
Manila All-Japan had only 9 goal opportunities compared to Air force who had 24. Manila All-Japan did not score a goal in the entire game.