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Match Report: Doma United 0-0 Kwara United

In the NPFL week 32 clash, Kwara United managed to hold Doma United to a goalless draw in an intense encounter at the Pantami Stadium on Saturday. Despite both teams creating opportunities, neither could break the deadlock, leaving Kwara United with a hard-earned point away from home and extending Doma United’s struggles in the second half of the season.

The match started with Doma United displaying early dominance, spearheaded by Haruna Aliyu, who released Adamu Umar Adah down the left flank. However, his cross failed to find its target. The game unfolded with an exhilarating pace in the opening 10 minutes, with Kingdom Osayi making a notable save.

Jesam had a golden opportunity to put Doma United ahead after a brilliant setup by Sani Suleiman, but his volley missed the mark. Suleiman continued to trouble Kwara United’s defense with his mesmerizing moves, earning a freekick just outside the box, which unfortunately yielded no result for the home side.

As the first half drew to a close, Kwara United threatened on the counterattack, with Kingdom Osayi denying Kwara United’s attempt with a crucial save, ensuring both teams headed into halftime on level terms.

The second half saw Doma United making tactical changes early on, but it was Kwara United who seemed more in control of the game. Despite a big chance narrowly missing the target, Kwara United’s determination remained unwavering.

Doma United’s efforts to turn the tide saw further substitutions, but they struggled to penetrate Kwara United’s resolute defense. A close call ensued as Kwara United hit the crossbar, followed by Jesam’s missed opportunity from a corner kick.

As the clock winded down, Doma United pushed forward relentlessly, but Kwara United’s defense held firm. A late substitution for Doma United failed to alter the course of the game, ultimately ending in a stalemate.

With this result, Doma United finds themselves in 14th place on the league table with 39 points, intensifying their battle for survival. The league will now observe a month-long break, resuming action on the 26th of May as announced by the NPFL body.

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