The goal only seemed to reinvigorate the blue-kitted Glacis United who, after taking the lead, looked the more dominant side and continued to press Manchester 62 high up the pitch until the referee blew for half-time.
A similar start to the game awaited spectators in the second half as both sides wrestled for control of the game but it was Glacis United FC that had the first chance of the second 45 minute period as Gallo was played through on goal.
The Glacis winger was played in behind the Manchester 62 defence but failed to get a good connection with the ball thus allowing Vinales to make a relatively routine stop at his near post.
It wasn’t all Glacis United in the second half though as Manchester 62’s Pereira stung the hands of Zappacosta after bursting through down the left flank, however, the side in blue looked the more likely to score and almost did so again in the 65th minute after Nwosu beat his man down the flank before cutting in and whistling a shot just wide of Vinales goal.
With this being said, Manchester 62 continued to grow into the game as the clocked ticked on and almost had the scores level with 20 minutes to go.