November 19, 2016
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Suva beats Auckland All Stars, tops pool

Suva has topped Pool B of the 2016 Pacific Cup after beating Auckland All Stars 1-0 in its final pool match at Prince Charles Park in Nadi today.

Replacement striker Sakenasa Rakaria netted the winner for the Whites late in the second half with his first touch of the ball as a Setareki Hughes attempt was fumbled by the Auckland defence.

Suva and USA All Stars finish pool play with 9 points each but Suva tops the pool due to better goal difference of +4 while USA had a goal difference of 0.

Suva will feature in the second semifinal at 11.45am tomorrow while USA All Stars will play in the first semifinal at 10.30am.

Their opponents will be known after the completion of Pool A matches later this evening.

By Reginald Chandar


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