Bustleholme F.C 0  Wyrley Junior Panthers 7

10th September 2014

Venue: – Bustleholme

Panthers played a friendly match today to help with team building and gaining experience in nine a side games.

First half Panthers came out with positive attacking and passing from the defence, midfield to the striker’s, after five minutes Panthers had taken the lead.No 3 Dan opened the Panthers scoring, No. 20 Joe was then put through by No 11 Recce who made It goal two followed closely by his second goal 10 minutes  later. Bustleholme then pushed back with two good attacks but the defence and Keeper did their jobs. In the last attack Panther keeper No1 Kyle was injured and No 11 Recce stood in for him.

The second half got under way with Panthers now really playing a good passing game and mid field now starting to dominate, when the captain No 8 Sina was taken down in the penalty area and awarded a penalty. He stood up and blasted it past the keeper making it goal number 4. The Panthers demonstrated some great passing which lead to No 9 Will move to the right and smash the ball straight in to the back of the net followed five minutes later by his second goal. No 8 Sina took a turn in goals which allowed No 11 Recce to make another attacking option that allowed No 6 Konnor to have three good opportunity’s saved.

In the last five minutes the defensive line pushed wave after wave of attacks from Bustleholme back and these were turned in to attacking movement which allowed No 20 Joe to score another goal.

Congratulation to all the team including all the members of Panthers that were not mentioned due to all the good play that went on.

Well done to the referee for allowing the match to flow and make the player understand what they had done wrong.

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