Thimphu City defends title in style

Thimphu City FC defended the Pepsi Thimphu League title in style. They beat Transport United yesterday at Changlimithang stadium becoming the first team to have won a league title without a single defeat.

Thimphu City FC lifted their first Thimphu A-League title last year with a staggering 44 goals in 14 games, the highest in the season and the team also conceded the least number of goals (11) and registered five clean-sheets during the league.

Transport United are in the second place and Thimphu FC took the third place.  A total of eight teams took part in the three-month long Pepsi Thimphu League. City and Transport automatically qualifies for the national league.

In the last match played between City and Transport yesterday, City won by 3-0 with a brace from Chencho Gyeltshen and one from Karma Samdrup.

The winner received a cash prize of Nu 400,000, the first runner up Nu 200,000 and second runner up received Nu 100,000.

Meanwhile, Terton FC and Drukpol are relegated to the B division. Tensung (RBA) and Phuensum FC will replace them in the A- League.

Source: Bhutan Today

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