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Drama 8 Goals, 10 PSS Players Draw Persik

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Drama 8 Goals, 10 PSS Players Draw Persik

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Eight goals occurred in the League 1 match between Persik Kediri vs PSS Sleman. PSS, who played with 10 people from the start of the second half, forced the match to finish 4-4.

Duel Peach vs PSS took place at Brawijaya Stadium, Kediri, on Wednesday (24/4/2024) evening WIB. Jihad Ayoub’s free kick goal in the last two minutes canceled out Persik’s victory which was in sight.

PSS Sleman opened the scoring in the seventh minute. Jonathan Bustos scored the visitors’ first goal to make it 1-0.

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Wahyudi Hamisi stabbed into the penalty box after receiving a pass on the right wing. Hamisi was surrounded by the Persik Kediri defense line, but Bustos then controlled the ball. The last player chipped the ball towards the far post to land in the bottom corner of Persik’s goal.

The referee pointed to the spot after Muhammad Ridwan’s violation of Mochamad Supriadi. Flavio Silva took his penalty then fired a shot towards the left of the PSS Sleman goal to equalize the score at 1-1 in the 19th minute.

PSS immediately responded. Four minutes later, Thales Natanael headed Bustus’ corner kick so that PSS was back in front with a 2-1 position.

Dikri Yusron had to collect the ball from his own net in a short time. Esteban Vizcarra followed Bustos’ pass with a long shot. The ball glided over the goalkeeper’s head before nestling into Persik’s goal. PSS leads 3-1.

Before halftime, Persik Kediri claimed a penalty after M Ridwan fouled Supriadi. The referee pointed to point 12 for the second time and Flavio Silva again stepped forward as executor.

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The Portuguese striker fired a right foot kick which sent Ridwan falling in the wrong direction. Peach 2, PSS 3 to mark the end of the first half.

PSS Sleman got a shot after halftime. Bustos was ejected from the game after receiving a second yellow card. Competition between 11 vs 10.

Persik Kediri received its third penalty following Leonard Tupamahu’s handball. Flavio Silva stepped forward again as executioner, now netting the ball into the top corner of the PSS Sleman goal. The score was tied at 3-3 in the 60th minute.

Persik Kediri took advantage of the superior number of players by attacking the PSS Sleman defense. Several good opportunities were created to add goals.

The fourth goal that Persik was chasing finally came in the 84th minute. Faris Aditama completed the cross with a header near the PSS Sleman goal post. Persik turned ahead 4-3.

Persik’s lead only lasted four minutes. In the 89th minute, PSS Sleman equalized the score 4-4 through a set-piece.

PSS’s counterattack forced Persik Kediri to violate Ajak Riak. PSS got a free kick from a dangerous position, Jihad Ayoub curled his right foot, the ball broke through Persik’s live fence and then nestled in the bottom corner of the goal.

With this result, Persik is now ranked seventh in the League 1 standings after collecting 48 points. Meanwhile PSS Sleman is in 13th place with 36 points, only three points ahead of Persita Tangerang in the relegation zone.

Lineup

PERIK KEDIRI: Dikri Yusron (Eko Saputro 46′), Mario Yagalo, Simen Lyngbo (Ahmad Nuri Fasya 46′), Renan Silva, Ze Valente, Ahmad Agung, Yusuf Meilana, Bayu Otto, Irfan Bachdim, Flavio Silva, M Supriadi (Faris Aditama 46 ‘)

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PSS SLEMAN: Muhammad Ridwan, Tupamahu, Abduh Lestaluhu, Thales Natanael, Ibrahim Sanjaya, Vizcarra (Gaffar 86′), Bustos, Hamisi, Jihad Ayoub, Elvis Kamsoba, Ajak Riak

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