Sports Deportivo Unidad, more of a leader than ever The sixth day of the SEGESA Football League closed with the consolidation of the leadership of the team Deportivo Unidad.


While the percentage of goals were 13 –a number lower than that of the past week-, the day of Thursday, April 17, left in Malabo the league marked by the important note of the unbeaten record of the military team, Deportivo Unidad, which beat the San Pablo de Nsork by 0-2.

With this score, the Depor is now more of a leader than ever thanks to its 17 points, which places him in a situation of advantage with respect to its closest competitors.

These are the complete scores recorded on this sixth day in the following stadiums of the Insular Region:

In Luba:

Inter Junior 0-1 Leones Vegetarianos

The Panthers 3-0 Atletico Malabo

Ateneo F. C. 2-0 Santa Rosa

In La Paz (Malabo):

San Pablo de Nsork 0-2 Deportivo Unidad

As. Real X 1-2 Deportivo Ebenezer

In Sampaka:

Atletico Semu 1-1 Sony de Ela Nguema

After these scores, the Deportivo Unidad remained as leader with 17 points, followed by the Atletico Semu, with 13 and of San Pablo de Nsork, with 12. In the fourth position the Leones Vegetarianos were located with 12 and in the fifth, the Sony de Ela Nguema with 10.

Finally, in the lowest positions, the struggle stands out of the debuting team Ateneo stands out, which already has 6 points and the Atletico Malabo, which, despite being the senior member, has managed its first victory, but remains at the end of the list.

The dispute in the category of top goal-scorer is also important: while Alfonso Mitogo of the Sony de Ela Nguema accumulates 6 goals, both his teammate, Emeterio Epua, and Kemian Guy Venance of Vegetarianos have four goals each.

Text: David Monsuy Senior.
Photos: Monsueto Loeri Bomohagasi.
(D. G. Base Internet Team)
Equatorial Guinea’s Press and Information Office.

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