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Redfearn already does - and that's why he is ready to throw Cani into a full debut at home to Millwall today following stints on the bench.
But Cani produced a great near-post finish from a Robert Pires pass
Returning to haunt their former team, Tolentino and Cani starred in each half as the Tamaraws dealt the top seed Eagles a stunning 80-67 defeat on Sunday night to forge a do-or-die clash for the second finals seat of UAAP Season 80 at Smart Araneta Coliseum.
Villarreal had been blown away by the Portuguese champions last week where, despite Cani giving them the lead, they had conceded five goals with Falcao grabbing four.
Midfielder Ruben Cani had put Villarreal ahead just before half-time but Falcao led the stunning second-half revival as his side fired in five goals to all but book a place in the Dublin final.
CANI justmake a point about the proposed closure of nurseries and children's centres?
Robert Pires and Ruben Gracia Cani struck for Villarreal either side of a Rafael van der Vaart leveller as Real's mid-to-late season run of form continued to crumble in the final matches.
Javier Saviola gave Barca a 10th-minute lead but mid-table Zaragoza hit back to claim an impressive scalp thanks to goals from Ruben Cani and Fernando Soriano.
Arvin Tolentino had his fair share of the spotlight during his time for Ateneo while Hubert Cani had been a prized recruit of the Blue Eagles for Season 78.
Albanian Minister of Agriculture Edmond Panariti, in cooperation with the Minister of Finance Shkelqim Cani, and the Head of the EBRD Tirana Office, Christoph Denk, inked the agreement in a ceremony at the Ministry of Agriculture in Tirana.
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Midfielder Cani had put Villarreal ahead just before half-time but Falcao led the stunning second-half revival as his side fired in five goals to all but book a place in the Dublin final.