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St Panteleimon 7 NW London 1: Seventh heaven for Saints in Middlesex County Division One Central & East

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 December 2017

Action from St Panteleimon's 7-1 win over NW London in Middlesex County Division One East & Central (pic: Alexios Gennaris)

Action from St Panteleimon's 7-1 win over NW London in Middlesex County Division One East & Central (pic: Alexios Gennaris)

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Middlesex County Division One Central & East: St Panteleimon 7 NW London 1

Action from St Panteleimon's 7-1 win over NW London in Middlesex County Division One East & Central (pic: Alexios Gennaris)Action from St Panteleimon's 7-1 win over NW London in Middlesex County Division One East & Central (pic: Alexios Gennaris)

St Panteleimon maintained their unbeaten start to the Middlesex County Division One Central & East season with a 7-1 win at home to NW London.

The Saints raced into an early two-goal lead, with Igli Sevaj converting a penalty and Nikos Salapatas also on target.

The hosts were in dominant form, and took a 3-0 advantage into half time after Salapatas added his second of the match.

St Panteleimon continued to control the game in the second half, with Salapatas completing his hat trick after a goal from Demetri Anastasiou.

NW London were then able to score a penalty to make it 5-1, but it proved little more than a consolation goal.

The Saints finished strongly, with Anton Wilson scoring twice in the closing minutes to complete the rout.

St Panteleimon head into the Christmas break third in the table, 10 points behind leaders AEK London, but with four games in hand.

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