St Panteleimon pick up picture perfect win against Kodak

PUBLISHED: 08:47 13 March 2018

St Panteleimon pose for the camera (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

St Panteleimon pose for the camera (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)


Middlesex League side St Panteleimon progressed through to the semi-finals of the Jim Rogers President’s Division One Cup after sealing a 4-2 victory against Kodak FC.

After two cancelled matches due to the wintry weather and unplayable surfaces, the Saints finally got back out on the pitch and got off to a quick start as Noyan Tajbakhsh made it 1-0.

A mistake in defence from Kodak saw Anton Wilson get the second for the Saints well into the second half, but then Kodak clawed one back midway through the half to raise hopes.

Dimitri Anastasiou scored the third for Saints when he went round the keeper with great poise and skill, but Kodak replied again.

Tajbakhsh netted again to seal the victory for Saints who now move into the last four.

St Panteleimon will turn their attention back to the league when they play AEK London next weekend.

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