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St Panteleimon cruise to victory against Hackney Wick reserves

PUBLISHED: 12:00 03 October 2017

St Panteleimon in action against Hackney Wick reserves (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

St Panteleimon in action against Hackney Wick reserves (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

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St Panteleimon picked up their second win of the season as they cruised to a 5-1 victory against Hackney Wick reserves.

The Saints pressed early and took the lead in the third minute through Ayub Albadri.

The hosts were rattled by the energy of the visitors and it resulted in a second goal for the visitors as Jack Smith found the net.

Hackney managed to pull one back just before half-time to make it 2-1.

The Saints persisted and again Ayub was in on goal and finished superbly to make it 3-1 just after the break.

The hosts scored an own goal and found themselves 4-1 down late in the second-half, before a corner picked out Elias Katsoloudi who headed it home to make it 5-1 and sealed the victory.

St. Panteleimon: Manaj, Dimgkioka, Frangeskou, Anastasiou, Ashban, Agathangelou, Molloy, Albadri, Smith, Salapatas, Wilson.

Subs: Sevaj, Katsikas, Molloy, Orwin, Katsoloudi.

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