PNG representatives inthe OFC Championships, Hekari United need to wintheir remaining three matches to keeptheir O-League hopes alive,
Hekari went down to Fiji’s Be’s FC in a physical encounter atthe Govind Park in Fiji overthe weekend.
Hekari were hoping to bettertheir performance against Fiji Be’ inthe second encounter ofthe OFC Champions League.
The National Soccer League, five time champions gavethe Fijians a scare keepingthe home crowd onthe edge oftheir seats from kick off as Jochim Waroi tookthe first shot atthe goal.
Hekari’s ever loyal striker Kema Jack backedtheir campaign up with a gaol attempt that went wide ofthe target.
Hekari maintainedtheir game composure but 18 minutes intothe match andthe tide turned onthem with Be’s Malakai Tiwa who scored for the home team through a goal setup from Nigerian Issa Sani.
Hekari’still have bitter memories ofthe Nigerian’s no-mercy game style and took time to recover resulting inthe second gaol fromthe man himself.
Be’s inform keep Jone Ralulu stood out for his team as Fiji Be denlied Hekari a win walking away two nil victorious overPNG’s Hekari United.