PFC colts finish second best
Fighting back, the Under-19s pulled level through a free-kick conversion by defender Henry Monsang (70th minute), before striker Thongkhosiem Haokip (75th) converted a penalty-kick.
In the tie-breaker, both teams converted each of their five penalty-kicks, with Abung Meetie, G Karthik, Deepak Kumar, Haokip, Gobin Singh netting for PFC Under-19s. South United replied through G. Vignesh, Gopi, Stephen, Barunarayan and Sunil Kumar. With the game locked 7-7, the ensuing tie-breaker had James Singh score and Henry miss for PFC Under-19s, which helped the Bangalore side as Jayantiraj and Bansi found the target.
Overall, this was PFCís fourth visit to the tournament in Gadinglaj. In 2008, PFC Seniors won the title, making the 2012 runners-up finish the clubís second best. Earlier, they beat hostís Gadinglaj United FA 2-0 and Shivneri Kolhapur FC 2-0 with Haokip and William scoring a goal each in both the wins. Pune FC U-19 goalkeeper Sarif Molla was adjudged ĎGoalkeeperí of the tournament.
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