When Black Puta and White Puta last met during the round, Black Puta dominated to take the title for the round however White Puta denied Black Puta the final match of the knock out to take the knock-out trophy.
Both teams showed class of agility in all aspects of football showing spectators a nail biting final game to finish the season for 2010.
White Puta scored first with a strike by Paavo Mustonen from the half way mark after a misunderstanding in the Black Puta defense. Black Puta answered through with a goal to equalize two minutes before half time.
Within five minutes of the second half White Puta showed team work to outplay the defenders of the Black Puta and James Nand scored with only the goal keeper to beat. Black Puta tried tirelessly to equalize and got the chance with a free kick outside box through star player Roger Manuel. A penalty shootout was required to determine the outright winner.
The air was tense with support screaming from the sidelines as both sides slotted the ball into the back of the net one after another. The White Puta goal keeper needed to block out a shot, and he did. So it came down to the Black Puta goal keeper to have the last say, but a defiant White Puta came out winners as their last player slotted the ball to the back of the net, for their eight goals to seven in the penalty shootout in sudden death stage.