Luxol St Andrews continued to make a name for themselves in European competitions as the Malta champions brushed aside hosts KMF Proekt, of Macedonia, 5-0 to book their place in the Main Round of the UEFA Futsal Champions League.
Tuesday’s victory completed another remarkable achievement for Luxol St Andrews who surpassed the first phase of UEFA’s most prestigious competition in some style when they clinched their third successive victory in Group A.
A more impressive statistic for the Maltese side is that they completed their group commitments without conceding a single goal.
Luxol came into Tuesday’s decisive match in fine fettle after they had defeated Welsh side Cefn Druids 5-0 and then brushed aside Israel side Dolphins Ashdod 8-0 in their second match.
Tuesday’s match was a decisive clash to decide which team would progress after Macedonian side, KMF Proekt, roared by their fans, also cantered home in their first two matches following straightforward victories over Dolphins Ashdod (6-0) and Cefn Druids (8-1).
In Tuesday’s decisive clash, Luxol soon took control of proceedings as they stormed into a 3-0 goal courtesy of goals from Hebberth Bolt, scorer of a brace, and Alexander Gligorov inside the first ten minutes of the first half.
From then on Luxol St Andrews opted to administer their advantage as they sought to keep hold of the ball.
After the break, the Maltese side went on to all but rubberstamp their qualification with two more goals scored by Hebberth Bolt on 34 minutes, who completed his hat-trick, and Maikinho four minutes later.
Luxol will now discover their opponents in the Main Round when UEFA holds the draw on Monday.