New Kings Langley manager Chris Cummins had a game to remember as his side made FA Cup history, reaching the fourth qualifying round of the competition for the first time with a 3-0 win against Corinthian Casuals.
After an early scare for the home side, Mitchell Weiss delighted the home fans when he latched on to a big punt up the field, beating a defender in the process, and drilled the ball past the keeper to give the Lango the lead.
Kings Langley 1-0 Corinthian Casuals
Buoyed by the goal, Kings continued to press and went in front at half time.
After the break, the impressive Weiss was unlucky not to double the Lango’s lead when he tackled the goalkeeper on the goal line but couldn’t get any power behind the shot.
On 65 minutes, Weiss bagged his second after Charlie Pattinson ran onto a deflected through ball and lofted a cross to the striker who headed home.
Kings Langley 2-0 Corinthian Casuals
It got even better three minutes later when Roddy Collins met an in swinging Max Hercules corner. The defender glanced it past the keeper and into the top corner.
Kings Langley 3-0 Corinthian Casuals
After the visitors were reduced to ten men with a little over ten minutes to play, Kings were celebrating the best ever FA Cup run in the club’s 133 year history.