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Persija Jakarta – Bhayangkara FC Match Ends with 2-1 Score

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Persija Jakarta’s promise to disrupt Bhayangkara FC’s near perfect dominance was realized after Persija succeeded to defeat Bhayangkara – which was confirmed to be Liga 1 champion- with a 2-1 score in the last Liga 1 match at Patriot Chandrabaga in West Java.

Bhayangkara led the score tally through Spasojevic’s goal at the 3-minute mark. The naturalized player received a pass from Ilham Armaiyn from the penalty box.

Persija Jakarta players were visibly aggressive and were able to conduct series of attacks for almost 30 minutes into the first-half of the match. It was Ramdani Lestaluhu who succeeded to equalize the score just within the one minute mark before the first-half ended.Persija Jakarta’s next and final goal was set by Muhammad Hargianto in the 84th minute of the match. The 2-1 score in favor of Persija Jakarta lasted until the end of the match.

As a result of this, Bhayangkara FC ended up collecting the same score as Bali United in the final standings. Bhayangkara ended up being the champion since the team has outplayed Bali United in a head-to-head record.

Persija Jakarta improved to the fourth position in the final standings with a score of 61.




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