Football: St Panteleimon maintain unbeaten start to Middlesex County Division One term with win at Japan London Rovers

PUBLISHED: 16:00 28 November 2017

St Panteleimon face the camera ahead of their clash with Japan London Rovers in Middlesex County Division One (pic: Alexios Gennaris)

St Panteleimon face the camera ahead of their clash with Japan London Rovers in Middlesex County Division One (pic: Alexios Gennaris)

Alexios Gennaris

Middlesex County Division One: Japan London Rovers 0 St Panteleimon 5

St Panteleimon maintained their unbeaten run in Middlesex County Division One with a 5-0 win away to Japan London Rovers.

Saints started the game strongly, dominating possession and dictating the tempo of the game.

However, despite creating a hatful of chances, the visitors were unable to put one away as the first half ended goalless.

St Panteleimon stepped up a gear after the break, with Igli Sevaj eventually opening the scoring following a well-worked move.

It was a goal that seemed to open the floodgate for Saints with substitute Ayub Albadri involved in the final four goals, netting two goals and getting two assists.

Nikos Salapatas was the beneficiary of one Albadri assist, with Ibadat Mohammadi scoring the other as the visitors ran out convincing winners.

The win moved St Panteleimon up to sixth in the table, though they do have plenty of games in hand on the teams around them.

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