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Hienghene Sport secure maiden OFC Champions League title

Hienghene Sport secure maiden OFC Champions League title 2019





 A sensational 60 metre strike by substitute Amy Antoine Roine sealed a historic first ever regional title for New Caledonia’s Hienghéne Sports in an epic OFC Champions League 2019 final in Noumea.




Hienghene Sport wins first ever OFC Champions League title 2019 over Magenta




 Noumea  Hienghene Sport won their first OFC Champions League crown thanks to a sensational second half strike by substitute Amy Antoine Roine - whose goal from inside his own half secured a 1-0 victory over AS Magenta.


 Roine’s audacious long ranger was the decisive moment the final deserved, and will go down as one of the great moments in OFC Champions League history. 


The man who orchestrated this victory, Felix Tagawa is elated with the result.

 The two sides from New Caledonia played out an entertaining and chance-laden spectacle at the Stade Numa-Daly in Nouméa. In the opening half, Magenta took control of the match with Hienghene launching a number of dangerous counter-attacks. A well-hit volley by Jean Christ Wajoka was the closest either side came in the first 45 minutes, as the two teams went into the break all square at 0-0. 



It would take a moment of brilliance to break the deadlock.






OFC Champions League 2019 Finals




AS Magenta     0 : 1 (0:0)    Hienghène Sport



Semi-Finals
Match 1 --    28.04.2019   --   14:00  --   Local time

Hienghène Sport     2  -  0       Team Wellington

 


Match 2   --   28.04.2019   --    17:30  --  Local time

AS Magenta       2  -  1       Auckland City FC

 





Quarter-Finals

Match - QF - 1
Date:     07.04.2019.
AS Central Sport     0  -  8     AS Magenta
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Match - QF -  2
Date:     06.04.2019.
Auckland City FC   4  -  0     Lae City Dwellers FC

Match  - QF - 3
Date:      06.04.2019.
Hienghène Sport      2  -  1      Ba FC


Match - QF -  4
Date - Time:     07.04.2019.
Team Wellington     6  -  1      Henderson Eels FC





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