Kings Langley FC will take the positives from their 2-2 draw under the floodlights tonight (August 13) against Peterborough Sports.
The draw means Kings remain unbeaten after their stomping 3-0 opening day win against Nuneaton Borough.
Kings will feel slightly disappointed to only leave with one point having dominated most of the game, which started with a goal within the first minute.
Peterborough’s number 9, Mark Jones took his chance in the first 60 seconds, after he was played through to slot past the Kings goalkeeper, Minter.
Kings immediately grew into the game putting the home side under pressure with their first clear chance coming on the ninth minute.
Some nice build up play saw defender Roddy Collins hit the post with his 30 yard effort curling onto the woodwork.
Chance after chance for Kings paid off on the 26th minute after Kane Farrell’s strike from outside the box landed in the top corner. 1-1.
After PSFC hit the post, striker Eion Mckeown took his chance and put Kings 2-1 up before half time – Mckeown was slid in after Kings recovered the ball deep in the oppositions half and slotted home for Kings second.
More pressure from Kings seemed to have paid off on the 53rd minute as the ball was in Peterborough’s net but was disallowed for a foul on the keeper.
The score didn’t stay 2-1 for long as Peterborough drew level after striker Dion Sembie Ferris scored a bullet from outside the box.
The game which was dominated by The Lango ended with Kings clearing two attempts off the line after wanting to break free from the short spell of pressure.
Final score was 2-2 and Kings will be wanting to carry on their unbeaten streak to three on Saturday (August 17) when they are away at Stratford.
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