All Whites win final match of 2021

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The All Whites have won their final match of 2021 with a 2-0 win over African team The Gambia.

Striker Chris Woods was the star, scoring both goals.

The second, in particular, was special. Wood was on the end of a flowing move, which included a pin-point through-ball from midfielder Sapreet Singh.

The win means the team finished with four wins in a row and followed the superb effort of the under 23 team, in the Olympic Games.

The team will now face World Cup qualifying matches against the Pacific Island teams in March 2022. Although they may play again in January 2022 in the Middle East.

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