Worcester Park 0 v 4 Three Bridges
Three Bridges crush the Super Division leaders Worcester Park to continue the unbeaten run.
Match Report by Tom Hayward
With only twelve available players today, including two keepers, we did well to finish the game with eleven players. Todays game was against the team who started the day top, having won their first three games this season.
The first chance of the game came to Three Bridges in the eighth minute. A free kick delivered by Rhys Ash asked a little too much of Modou Sarr who volleyed just wide.
Bradley Campbell-Francis should have put the visitors ahead in the 22nd minute but froze when the assistant referee flag went up. With the referee waving play on Campbell-Francis put his late shot wide.
Three Bridges did get a goal ahead in the 35th minute. Ollie Hayward took a quick free kick releasing Dylan Weller down the right hand side, Weller did well beating the full back and delivered a good cross which Modou Sarr buried at the back post.
Bradley Campbell-Francis put the visitors two ahead just before half time with the assist coming from George Gunning-Shaw. The half-time lead was deserved and the better chances had fallen to Three Bridges.
Second half started brightly for Worcester Park, who came out more alert and pressed the Three Bridges players better than they had done in the first half. On the 48th minute Bradley Campbell-Francis was up-ended in the penalty area but play was waved on.
This decision along with the work rate from the home team could have seen momentum swing if the hosts could find an opening. Three Bridges held on strongly defensively and reduced Worcester Park to very few chances.
Luke Scott put the game beyond Worcester Park though in the 60th minute. Modou Sarr beat the left back for pace, drove past the defender and pulled the cross back for Scott to side foot into at the back post, 3-0 to Three Bridges.
Modou Sarr himself should have added another a minute later, again beating the full back, going one-on-one with the goal keeper, he put the shot over from close range.
Bradley Campbell-Francis added the teams fourth in added on time at the end of the game, with the assist going to Gunning-Shaw again.
Star Player - Modou Sarr.
Squad: Harry Powling, M Hayward, Kinnear (c), Ash, Weller, O Hayward, Ahmed, Scott, Sarr, Gunning-Shaw, Campbell-Francis