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St Panteleimon continue unbeaten run with a draw against Mile End

PUBLISHED: 09:00 11 October 2017

St. Panteleimon FC in action against Mile End Park Rangers (Pic: Alexios Gennaris)

St. Panteleimon FC in action against Mile End Park Rangers (Pic: Alexios Gennaris)

Alexios Gennaris

St. Panteleimon FC remain unbeaten after being pegged back and drawing 2-2 against Mile End Rangers in their first home match of the season.

The Saints got off to an electric start as Alex Dimgkioka broke down the line and delivered a precise pass in to Igli Sevaj who in turn back heeled the ball into the path of Elias Katsoloudi who smashed home from inside the penalty area.

A second soon followed, a free kick from Igli Sevaj was controlled beautifully by Katsoloudi who fired home his second of the match with a low drive past the keeper.

Mile End showed great character in finding some composure and eventually clawed one back in the 35th minute.

Saints got off to a strong start in the second-half and their dominance led to a Mile End player being sent off.

They pushed forward looking to extend their lead, but a long defensive clearance found their a Mile End striker who made it 2-2.


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