Washington Athletic Club (WAC) won Washington International Soccer League's
(WISL) Terrill cup for the second time with a decisive 4 - 0 win. WAC's supporters who managed to attend were indeed entertainment. The game overall was exciting and fun. First-half was even with very few chances
created by both teams. The first half ended in a 0-0 draw. The second-half, however,was a complete different story; a halftime talk of the
coaching staff with the players saw them morph into a more energized and
During that half and with the continuous fans' support and chants, WAC began
to slowly take control of the match. The game could have ended with WAC
scoring more than four goals considering WAC's performance.
Left winger Said Hilali scored three of the four goals earning him the MVP
honors, and Ali Hidara scored one.
The goals were high quality most notably Hilali's second goal which was a
pure show of skills: Charging with the ball from the left side, Hilali
dribbles two defenders to find ...