Hamrun Spartans 5         (6′ Haruna Garba, 13′ Jorge Mesqueu Neto, 30′ Jake Grech, 45+1′ Haruna Garba, 73′ Jake Grech pen)

Mosta 2                (49′ Kemar Reid,80′ Kemar Reid)

Ħamrun Spartans dominated the first half and finished the first half by four goals to nil.

Player of the math Haruna Garba opened the score after just 6 minutes when he picked up possession on the edge of the area and hit a rasping drive that gave no chance to Mosta goalkeeper Yenz Cini.

Ħamrun doubled 8 minuteslater when Jake Grech’s curling drive came off the bar. Jorginho was first on the rebound and put in the net.

On 29 minutes, Garba sped past Triston Grant and squared the ball towards the sprinting Jake Grech who bundled the ball into the net.

In stoppage time, Garba headed the ball past Cini from a Grech corner kick.

With four goals down, Mosta tried to react in the second half. Mosta pulled a goal back on 48 minutes when Kemar Reid’s low drive had the better of the Ħamrun goalkeeper.

The Spartans added a fifth when Saturday Nanapere was fouled upended in the area by Emerson Vella and Grech made no mistake from the resultant penalty.

Mosta scored a second goal ten minutes from time. Reid took responsibility of a central free-kick and his curler flew into the net.

With this win, Hamrun Spartans moved to fourth place in the Premier League.

 

MOSTA FORMATION Yenz Cini, Gabriel Bezak, Luca Martinelli, Dany Djoufack (69′ Kevaughn Atkinson), Tristan Grant (46′ Dexter Xuereb), Kyle Frendo, Kurt Magro, Martin Vlcek, Adrian Caruana (22′ Emerson Vella), Kemar Reid, Njongo Priso Doding.
Subs not used: Manuel Bartolo, Luke Galea, Antoine Borg, Zachary Brincat.
Coach: Edmond Lufi

HAMRUN SPARTANS FORMATION Matthew Farrugia, Philip Chircop, Luke Grech, Haruna Garba (88′ Patrick Jean Teixeira), Sergio Raphael dos Anjos Raphael, Luke Sciberras, Saturday Nanapere, Leandro Wallace Motta dos Santos (68′ Rodney Refalo), Jake Grech, Jorge Mesqueu Neto, Massimiliano Giusti (78′ Daren Falzon).
Subs not used: Lyden Moore, Jean Pierre Mifsud Triganza, Mark Anthony Borg, Trevor Cilia.
Coach: Steve D’Amato

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