Kings Langley FC start their season as they mean to go on as they stormed their way to a 3-0 win away at Nuneaton Borough FC.
Todays game was the first of the 2019/20 season for Kings who played their opponents off the park.
The first quarter of the game saw a lot of action as Kings started off the game strong.
Chance after chance for Kings as Charlie Ruff hit the post on the tenth minute and the follow up couldn’t be converted.
The first goal of the game came on the twelfth minute as a corner for Kings was whipped in by Kane Farrell and was headed home by forward Mitchell Weiss.
A solid first half nearly ended in 2-0 after a goal line scramble somehow didn’t cross the line.
After a slow start to the second half, the second goal came out of nowhere and was scored from Kings own half.
Mainly thanks to the weather and a goalkeeping error, Callum Adebiyi’s long range effort somehow hit the back of the net.
Another goalie error gave Kings their third as Harry Crawford nipped in and slotted into the empty net.
A tough 90 minutes for the home side got even worse in the 95th minute as a shocking tackle saw the player receive a red card.
A good day at the office for Kings as they take all three points. Kings played well and battled when they had to.
Man of the match went to goalkeeper Marvin Minter who pulled off some great saves to keep a clean sheet.
The Lango travel to Peterborough Sports on Tuesday night and will be targeted their second win on the road in succession.
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