We are set for a blockbuster grand finale in the Bet9jaSociaLiga after defending champions, Dannaz FC, and Saints FC qualified for the final on Sunday.
The 2019 playoff is finally upon us, we are down to just six teams – four from the Men’s Liga and two from the Women’s. It’s been an incredible journey so far in the Bet9jaSociaLiga, after an exciting first phase, we are set to separate the men from the boys, women from the girls and most importantly, contenders from pretenders.
Like in the men’s Liga, the women’s was not lacking in entertainment. A total of seven goals were scored in two matches, with the Big Game delivering the shock of the day.
With a total of 22 goals scored in the SociaLigaMD5, the Women’s Liga accounted for six (6) of those goals in just two matches. Dannaz Ladies scored the most goals, four (4), in what was the most productive matchday in the Women’s division this season. Here is a wrap up of what happened in the two matches;
Unlike previous match days, Bet9jaSociaLiga MD4 ran over the course of two weekends as a heavy downpour interrupted the schedule of games. Regardless, the football remained breathtaking and tense, as expected.
Matchday 3 of the 2019 Bet9jaSociaLiga season was one short of goals but full of drama and tension. With the season steady progressing, the battle for points has intensified and Matchday 3 was a classic example of this. It was all-out war on the pitch at Magodo where it held.
The Liga action from Matchday 2 brought the kind of drama many expected after seeing Matchday 1. There was an overflow of emotion from many players and fans as momentum swung from team to team, and the tide of different games turned. We saw shocks, comebacks and a barrage of goals. What a matchday! The […]
The 2019 Bet9jaSociaLiga season gave us 25 goals on Matchday 1. The were comebacks, penalties, screamers and stunning saves with just 1 draw from 6 matches played. Players like Obakimi Joshua (Dannaz), Chizzy (Royals) and Tomison (Raineri) were on very good form to deliver the trills all day at CIS Lekki. Here are #aFewThings we learned from the games.