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Football: St Panteleimon secure top two finish in Middlesex County League Division One with win over London Samurai

PUBLISHED: 16:00 16 April 2018

St Panteleimon celebrate beating London Samurai in the Middlesex County League Division One (pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

St Panteleimon celebrate beating London Samurai in the Middlesex County League Division One (pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

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Middlesex County League Division One: London Samurai 0 St Panteleimon 6

St Panteleimon secured a top two finish in Middlesex County League Division One after a 6-0 crushing of London Samurai.

From the off, the Saints looked like a team full of purpose and got the breakthrough in the 10th minute when Demetris Anastasiou headed home a Nikos Salapatas corner.

Noyan Tajbakhsh was then brought down in the box, before dusting himself down to take the spot kick to give the visitors a 2-0 lead.

Salapatas then made it three in the 30th minute when tucking home confidently after being played in by Javonne Molloy.

The Saints were four goals to the good by the break when Salapatas curled in an excellent effort from 25 yards to cap his hat-trick in fine style.

Despite numerous changes, St Panteleimon struck again in the 60th minute,with Jake Knight on target.

The scoring was complete in the 75th minute when Tajbakhsh backheel-volleyed a corner into the net.

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