PS4 NPL WA Review: Round 3

Michael Garcia hailed Inglewood’s character as they came from behind to earn a point against champions Bayswater City in a 1-1 draw in Round 3 of PlayStation 4 NPL WA.

The hosts looked set to start their PS4 NPLWA season with two wins from two after Jason Colli’s own goal on 10 minutes.

Inglewood were good value though, and deservedly equalised when Ryan Clarke got on the end of David Sesay’s cross midway through the second half.

Neither team could find a winner as both teams had opportunities late on, and Garcia gave his side credit for hanging on at the death.

“On the balance of play we probably had a few more chances, but Bayswater put us under a bit of pressure at the end,” he said.

“It’s a bit frustrating not to get the win, but we have to keep things in perspective with where we’re at right now, and we showed good character.

“Today was a good opportunity, but if the boys keep performing to that level, the wins will come.”


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