C-League Super 4 spot and if Ononiwu can maintain his sharpness in front of goal, they might just make it. I felt sorry for Khemara in this game. They gave it their all and didn't deserve to go behind, fielding a team that had two out with suspension and Suon Makara under the weather and coming off after 35 minutes. Kirivong took a 7th minute lead when In Vichheka jinked his way into the box and squeezed a shot in from a very tight angle. They doubled that on 58 minutes, again against the run of play, when Tran Cong Danh dazzled the opposition to set up Julius Ononiwu with the easiest of tap-ins. Kuoch Sokumpheak headed one in to give Khemara's noisy fans something to ponder but within 2 minutes Kirivong netted a third and the game was dead and buried. Ononiwu took the ball off the toe of Oun Sopheak to fire in from the edge of the box but the crowd were adamant that referee Khuon Ly missed a handball in the build-up, and they didn't let him forget it. So in return, 2 minutes later, he flashed a straight red at Khemara's San Nideth for a mis-timed tackle just to give them something else to moan about, and they duly obliged. Kirivong ran down the clock and won 3-1, maintaining their fine run, though next week they face Phnom Penh Crown, so something will have to give. There's no let-up for Khemara next week, as they face leaders Naga.