A late own goal saved Kings Langley FC from getting nothing out of the highly contested game against Barwell on Saturday (February 1).
Jordan Parkes had an early sighter for Kings on the 9th minute after good link-up play with Will Hoskins, but goalkeeper Cian Tyler held well.
Mitchell Weiss received the ball in the box on the 15th minute and he turned well to get the shot away, but it didn’t trouble Barwell’s goal.
Against the run of play, Barwell took the lead after a goalkeeping error led to Dunkley’s cross going straight in the net. 0-1
Kings dominated the second half, and deserved a lead but instead found themselves going into the half time break a goal down despite having more opportunities following Barwell’s goal.
The second half continued with more of the same and Tyler was brought into action once again for Barwell on the 63rd minute when he stopped what looked to be a certain goal.
Barwell could have gone further in front on the 76th minute though when Davidson-Miller’s cheeky effort rattled of the crossbar.
Kings got what they deserved though on the 88th minute when, in fortunate circumstances, Barwell player Reece Ford scored an own goal. 1-1
Kings Langley now find themselves in 15th place with a third home game in a row coming up next as they welcome Biggleswade Town.
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