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SHANE REXHEPİ SHOW !



May 19, 2016 - 9:51am

Fotoğraf: David Smith

18 Mayıs Çarşamba akşamı Anadoluspor'un Malvern City ile oynadığı FFA Kupası maçı "Hume Leader"  gazetesinde konu edildi.
Tim Michell imzalı yazıda defans adamı Shane Rexhepi'nin 15 dakika içinde iki gol attığı hususnun altı çizildi.
Gazete aynen şöyle diyor

" Defender Shane Rexhepi’s first-half double helps Hume through to next Round of FFA Cup
Defender Shane Rexhepi scored twice in 15 minutes to set Hume City on the way to a 4-0 win over Malvern City in their sixth round FFA Cup clash last night.
The centre-back met a cross from captain Nick Hegarty after 22 minutes to give Hume City the lead at Jack Edwards Reserve.
Malvern, the last remaining State League side in the Victoria cup draw, pressed for an equaliser but was again caught napping after 36 minutes.
Rexhepi’s powerful header beat Gianmarco Doria in the Malvern goal, doubling the visitors’ advantage.
Wing-back Jeremy Walker came close to putting the result beyond doubt on the stroke of halftime, forcing a sharp save from the home keeper.
Malvern City almost found a way back into the contest after the resumption, making a bright start to the second half, before it was punished by classy midfielder Hernan Espindola.
The former Melbourne City man pounced on a defensive mistake, setting up Theo Markelis who fired home Hume’s third goal.
Sam Beninato completed the scoring with a minute left in regular time, ensuring Hume City moved another step closer to the national stage.
The victory puts Hume within one win of earning a place as one of Victoria’s four qualifiers into the national rounds of the cup competition.
Last year, Lou Acevski’s team became the fairytale story of the FFA Cup, reaching the semi-final before being knocked out by A-League side Melbourne Victory."