Football: St Panteleimon reach League Cup final

PUBLISHED: 10:00 28 March 2018

St Panteleimon pose for a picture after the match (Pic: Alexios Gennaris)

St Panteleimon pose for a picture after the match (Pic: Alexios Gennaris)

Alexios Gennaris

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St Panteleimon progressed into the final of the League Cup for the first-time in the club’s history after sealing a 5-3 victory against New Hanford.

The Saints Demetris Anastasiou hit the bar in the opening ten minutes before Noyan Tajbakhsh made it 1-0 after being picking out by Ayub Albardi.

Tajbakhsh then doubled his side’s lead with his second of the afternoon before Ilias Katsoloudis made it 3-0 as he went round the goalkeeper and slotted it home.

A penalty for New Hanford in the half hour made it 3-1.

Albadri made it 4-1 with a nice run and great placement after a through ball from Ryan Molloy.

New Hanford managed to score two quick goals and make it 4-3 to put the pressure on the Saints.

Nikos Salapatas hit the post and later on Albadri’s pace took him past the last player and he gently rolled the ball home to made it a glorious 5-3 finish.

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