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Malki hold off Police charge

Urban Affairs Minister Ampareen Lyngdoh and UDP working president Bindo M Lanong, who contested the last Assembly election against each other from East Shillong constituency,  watch a Shillong Premier League match between Malki Sports Club and MLP at the JN Stadium, Polo, on Monday. Lanong is the president of Malki SC.
Urban Affairs Minister Ampareen Lyngdoh and UDP working president Bindo M Lanong, who contested the last Assembly election against each other from East Shillong constituency, watch a Shillong Premier League match between Malki Sports Club and MLP at the JN Stadium, Polo, on Monday. Lanong is the president of Malki SC.

SHILLONG: A 15th minute decider by Malki’s Thrain Sing Khongiong was enough to hand a fatigued MLP a 1-0 loss in their Shillong Premier League match on Monday.
Second-placed Malki outplayed the police unit, dominating in possession and creating several near scoring opportunities throughout the game.
Malki took the lead after Khongiong graced a beautiful shot deep in the left flank in the 15th minute.
Malki’s forwards succeeded in applying pressure on an exhausted MLP, who are playing their third straight match in a row.
The police are set to take part in a national tournament, which means that their games in the SPL have been brought forward.
Malki could have earned a two-goal win, but Samson Nongrum missed a sitter in the 70th minute.
MLP produced spells of inspiration towards the close as they created passages of play that could have earned them at least a goal.
On Thursday, Pohkseh will take on league-toppers Rangdajied United at 10:45am while Nangkiew Irat will go up against bottom-placed Mawlai at 2:45pm at the JN Stadium, Polo.

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