A fantastic first half including four goals for the Moles is more than enough to see them see off Tooting and Mitcham who, despite a consolation goal, couldn’t rally the troops for a comeback. It was a classy display, especially from winger Jonny Efedje who put himself top of Binfield’s goalscoring table, taking his total to 8 goals for the season.
Two goals for winger Jonny Efedje, a rare half volley strike from Liam Gavin and a cool finish from Massimo Giamattei saw the moles bounce back from their defeat to Southall on Saturday. The win see’s the Moles move above Hanworth Villa to ninth.
The first came after just 15 minutes as Efedje’s quick reactions meant he was able to poke home Curtis’ cut back after some fantastic play down the left-hand side by Taylor Morgan meant he was able to find a Binfield shirt inside the box.
It was then a Liam Tack corner, played to the edge of the six-yard area, which put the ball on a plate for Efedje again, and he rose highest to double the Moles’ advantage.
Just minutes later, it was newly appointed captain Liam Gavin’s turn to join Jonny on the scoresheet as after a half clearance from the Tooting defender, he was quickest to react as he smashed the ball home past the outstretched James Shaw.
The Moles were on top and they took full advantage as they struck again, this time through Massimo Giamattei who superbly met Efedje’s cross to strike home a third goal in 10 minutes to put the Moles firmly in the driving seat going into half time.
The Moles came out for the second half and managed the game superbly and allowed Tooting to chase the game (and the ball for a most part.) Tooting did however get what they deserved as they pulled a goal back through their number 9, Cory Walters-Wright just 10 minutes into the second half. It seemed too hard of a task for Tooting as they struggled to create any more real threat to Grace’s goal which meant Binfield were able to see out a fantastic 4-1 victory at Hill Farm Lane.
The Moles now have another 2 home games on the bounce as they face Leatherhead on Saturday, as well as Sutton Common Rovers on MONDAY night.