AFTER a 4-2 win over Buang FC last Wednesday, the cream of PNG’s Under-20 talent, Besta United secure their second win against Huawei PS United at the PNG Football Academy in Lae on Saturday.
Losing three games, draw one and winning two games. Besta PNG United now sits fourth on the NSL competition ladder with seven points.
Facing the Huawei-sponsored side for the second time and beating them 3-1, the Harrison Kamake-coached side looks to climb to the top by winning their remaining four games.
“I am proud of the boys for the win over Huawei PS who sits third on the NSL competition ladder.”
The boys instilled some confidence after their win on Wednesday against Buang and backing that up with another win against PS now puts us in a good position,” Kamake said.
Besta United are still capable of making the finals with their impressive defensive performance in the six games, however, Kamake has been working on the attacking aspect of his team as he pointed out the importance of striker Barthy Kerobin, who scored a goal for their win against Huawei PS.
Kamake spoke highly of Kerobin as a future Papua New Guinea Kapuls prospect who has everything in the bag to be a top attacking player.
After six matches in the NSL, the Madang youngster has scored 6 goals. He was also named the top goal scorer in the U17 OFC tournament earlier this year in Tahiti.
In other National Soccer League matches, Buang defeated Yamaros FC 3-2 while the battle of the heavyweights see Lae City Dwellers score one goal to beat Madang FC.
NSL standing: LCD 13 points, Madang 10 points, Huawei PS 10 points, Besta PNG United 7 points, Buang 7 points, Yamaros 1 point.