News 21st Tilottama Gold Cup: NPC Aims To Avenge Dauphins Team - PREVIEW
Suraj Rana Magar

Nepal Police Club are aiming to avenge their previous defeat against Dauphins Team.

NPC lost to Dauphins on sudden death in the semifinal match of recently held Budha Subba Gold Cup. They played goalless draw in the regulation time. 

Cops will face Dauphins in the final of 21st Tilottama Gold Cup tomorrow at ANFA technical centre at 3 PM.

Dauphins, which has won two titles out of five tournaments in this season, is eyeing to clinch fourth.

On the other hand, Nepal Police Club has won the title of Tilottama Gold Cup four times and they look confident ahead of the final match. NPC are the runners-up of previous edition while Dauphins have participated in the tournament for the first time.

Dauphins has scored seven goals and hasn't conceded any goals in the tournament. The team hammered Jhapa 5-0 in quarterfinals and defeated hosts Rupandehi 2-0 in semifinals.

NPC has scored five goals and conceded one goal in the tournament. Cops sidelined Darjeeling United 2-0 in quarterfinals and beat Chyasal Youth Club 3-1 in semifinals.

Dauphins Team coach Silo Martins is confident to win the title.

In the pre-match conference held today, the coach said,"Police is a good team but we have analyzed their mistakes. We will take advantage of them to win against them.

NPC skipper Bharat Shah said, "We will play agressive game against Dauphins tomorrow. We will try to score early goals.

NPC coach Ananta Thapa," Dauphins players are physically stronger but we will give our best to win the title.

The final match will be played at 3 PM tomorrow at ANFA Technical Center.

Winning team will bag Rs.8,80,000 while runners-up will get Rs.5,50,000. MVP of the tournament will be awarded with a scooter. The best players in each category will get Rs.25,000 each. Three Star Club are the defending champions.

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