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2nd Socca World Cup ’19: Russia beat Poland & Clinch Title
KARACHI: Russia recorded a 3-2 victory against Poland after a thrilling encounter in the summit clash to clinch 2nd Socca World Cup title in Crete, Greece.
Meanwhile, host Greece claimed third position after beating Moldova 2-1 in the third place play-off.
Chief Executive Montreal Holdings, Shahzad Ali presented the winning trophy to Russia team captain. The top officials of International Socca Federation (ISF) termed the second edition of the Socca World Cup as successful. They praised all the teams for playing professionally in the tournament.
It is worth mentioning that all other Group ‘H’ teams are well-known football playing nations.
Meanwhile, Pakistan Socca team was also praised for making significant improvement. Pakistan gave tough time to former champion Germany in the group matches – only losing by a slender margin of 3-2.
Bobby Madley, an Ex-Premier League Referee, praised Pakistan for a good show in the tournament in spite of the fact that the country is little known in the football world. “Pakistan is little known in the football world but here in this tournament, the team made its presence felt. They lost their match to Germany by a slender margin of 3-2, which could easily be a win for Pakistan. I congratulate the team for a good show,” he said.
About Leisure Leagues:
Leisure Leagues is a company of World Group, which is owned by The Trunkwala Family. It is the largest global organizer of 5, 6 and 7-a-side football events. Leisure Leagues has considerably large footprints, having organized leagues in Wales, England, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Leisure has also been operational in United States. Leisure Leagues set foot in Pakistan in 2016. which included visits of former football super star Brazilian Ronaldinho and friends – including former Manchester United stalwart Ryan Giggs, former England goalkeeper David James, Dutch star George Boateng, former French players Robert Pires and Nicolas Anelka and Portuguese player Luis Boa Morte in 2017.
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