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DPMM FC enjoying dream start
Sunday, March 16, 2014

DPMM FC captain Rosmin Hj Kamis is enjoying the club's recent run of form in the Singapore League (S-League) following their 3-0 victory over Home United FC at the Jalan Besar Stadium on Friday.

The Sultanate's only professional team have now won all three of their matches for a maximum nine points in one of their best starts in the S-League.

They are the only team that have yet to concede a single goal in the league.

"I think this is the best start for DPMM FC in the S-League so far and I personally think that we have improved so much from last year." said Rosmin in an interview with The Brunei Times yesterday.

"There is still a long way to go in the season but I believe this team can achieve something this year," he said.

According to Singapore's, coach Steve Kean believed that there is still room for improvement despite the perfect start to the season.

"I think we can play better," he said after the match.

"We showed from the first game we managed to win, and we managed to win the second game too. Home is a good side, but I think there's more to come from us," he was quoted as saying.

"I've said from day one that we're assembling a squad to challenge for the title. The local players I've seen are very good, there's a lot of room for development and the foreign players we've brought in have fit in and adapted to what we've already got."

Striker Roy O'Donovan found the back of the net twice in the triumph as DPMM FC shot back to the top of the table.

There was nothing between the two teams at the start of the contest but DPMM FC would slowly wrestle control of the match.

O'Donovan looked dangerous and came close to giving DPMM FC the lead in the 17th minute but his header flew wide.

He had another chance minutes later but was unlucky as his strike found the woodwork.

The former Sunderland player would finally open his account for the Bruneian side in the 25th minute after heading in a cross from midfielder Joe Gamble.

Brazilian Rodrigo Tosi would continue his goal scoring run by beating Home United goalkeeper Shahril Jantan at the near post in the 36th minute.

Gamble made a run to the right to draw defenders, allowing Tosi to score his third goal in as many games.

O'Donovan would cap his superb night with a brace to put the game away at 3-0 after heading home a Tosi cross from the left in the 64th minute.

Courtesy from Brunei Times