St Panteleimon settle for a share of the spoils with title rivals AEK

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 March 2018

St Panteleimon in action against AEK (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

St Panteleimon in action against AEK (Pic: Anastasios Salapatas)

Alexios Gennaris

The top two sides in the Middlesex County Football League had to settle for a share of the spoils at Edmonton County School Stadium this weekend.

St Panteleimon managed to net a second-half equaliser and grab a 1-1 draw against title rivals AEK after their opponents scored late in the first-half to break the deadlock.

In the second half some good passing moves showed just how resilient and strong the Saints are.

The reward came when Nick Salapatas received the ball on the right wing and as he went passed his opponent he cut inside and struck a shot which the keeper could not save and then Elias Katsoloudi fired in the rebound to make it 1-1.

The two sides remain unbeaten and the Saints are two points behind the leaders.

The Saints will play the semi-ginal of The Jim Rogers President’s Division One Cup against New Hanford on Saturday.

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