Corinthian 4-2 Fisher
Saturday 26 September 2020
SCEFL Premier Division
Corinthian goal scorers:
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Anytime you play a Corinthian side you have to match their work rate, endeavour and battling qualities. Before you even put two passes together you had better get your sleeves rolled up and win your personal battles. Fisher I thought had a real chance here yesterday after some impressive recent performances.
I was further encouraged when Corinthian had some important players missing.
The opening exchanges were pretty frenetic and the opening goal only took 8 minutes to come. It went to the home side through Oloyede who beat Luke Thomas far to easily on the inside before firing past Carpanini low to his right. 1-0
Three minutes later and Fisher get back on terms through a fine team move that Involved Fitzgerald Thomas Coker. An Udo cut back that Coker dispatched past Prall in the Corinthian goal. 1-1
Oloyede once again dribbled down the left touchline before once again cutting in on his right foot and his effort goes high and wide. Fisher begin to build up a head of steam and several chances come and go. Fitzgerald heads a Yila corner wide and Coker flashes a cross across goal after Brown put him through with a neat pass.
Jamie Yila who gave the Corinthians 2 an absolute roasting on the day beat him with ease and he cut the ball back to Udo who was well placed. But his effort was well over the bar.
Jacob Katonia picked up a booking for a lunge on the Corinthian 10. With 10 minutes to go until half time Fisher looked in the ascendency. But like I said you can’t get complacent or let your work rate drop. A slight mix up on the back four as they had their arms in the air calling for offside. Louie Clarke running from deep burst through the middle and fires his effort low to Carpaninis left to restore the Corinthian lead. 2-1
Had I had a bet on this game it would have been a tenner on Clarke anytime!
Two minutes later it was 3-1 after Fisher failed to deal with a corner and through a crowd Oloyede pokes home to increase the lead. 3-1
Fisher go in two goals behind when they had played well.
If Fisher were to get anything from this game they needed an early goal. An early corner forced Prall to push the ball over his crossbar. Corinthian have half a chance down the other end when a free kick is headed over.
After fine work by Katonia and De Mata in midfield the ball is fed to Yila on the left and he beat the full back and pulled the ball back into the path of the onrushing Udo who sidefoots home to reduce the arrears. 3-2
Coker gets away down the right and his cross is over hit but Yila recovers the ball and once more torments the full back winning another corner. De Mata is also booked for a foul in midfield. Katonia earns a corner for Fisher after a mazy dribble and shot. The corner comes out to De Mata and his effort is high wide and handsome!
Yila once again opens his box of magic tricks after a fine ball down the line from PEter Ojemen. It was about this stage of the game where I would say the Corinthian game management was better than Fishers. Niggly fouls slowed the game down and Fisher started to look frustrated. It was also at this stage that a few handbags were thrown about as Carpanini needed Lengthy treatment after a heavy challenge.
The Corinthian 6 and 4 are booked in quick succession as fisher make use of the subs bench.
One more chance for Fisher as Jamie Yila heads over from a corner when inside the six yard box. With four minutes left on the clock Housego made sure that all three points went to the home side as he tucked away his shot after a Square ball across the six yard box. 4-2
FT Corinthian 4-2 Fisher
Petes MOM (Oloyede) Corinthian a constant threat and scored two goals.
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