Tommy Beresford scored the first goal of the match with a penalty shot from 30 yards followed by another goal from Kian Hall which gave Dubai Wolves an early lead in the game. The goals from Benjamin Panelo for AM Polo kept AM on its opponents tail through the penultimate chukker. The last chukker showed the defensive work from the Dubai Wolves and added 2 goals which secured their spot at the Subsidiary final of the tournament. The game ended at 7.5 goals to 4.
Match Progression: 2.5 - 1 | 3.5 - 2 | 5.5 - 4 | 7.5 - 4
Tratok/Hesketh Polo team showed a commanding lead from the start of the second game with the opening goal from Santos Iriarte. The team worked in a 3.5 goal advantage by halftime which IFZA/Mahra Polo struggled to catch up to. However, the final chukker saw a goal from Jacinto Amadori and a steal from Khalaf Al Habtoor which lead Tariq Al Habtoor to score the 4th goal for IFZA/Mahra. However, the significant goal advantage that Tratok/Hesketh Polo had, was enough to secure the win for the team at 6.5 goals to 4.
Match Progression: 3.5 - 1 | 5.5 - 1 | 6.5 - 2 | 6.5 - 4
The Dubai Challange Cup 2021 will soon declare its new champion on the 19th of March 2021 in Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club:
10:00 AM Polo vs. IFZA/Mahra Polo
11:15 Baylandi Polo vs. Bin Drai
15:15 Tratok/Hesketh Polo vs. Dubai Wolves
16:30 UAE Polo vs. Battistoni Polo
Catch the action live on the field or watch it on Pololine TV's livestream.