Binfield FC Vs Badshot Lea – Match Report

Badshot Lea eventually break down a resilient Binfield defence as they take all three points home from The Iconic Stadium.In a first half which saw all four seasons including torrential rain, chances were few and far between.

Badshot Lea had a penalty shout midway through the first half when Adam New’s flick on from Kai Allsopp’s corner hit the hand of Tristan Noel but the ball hit Noel’s thigh first and therefore no penalty given. 

They then had the ball in the back of the net when Allsopp was played through and slotted it between the legs of Harvey Rackley-Hayes but he started his run too soon and was flagged for offside.

Badshot Lea continued their pressure into the second half and the Moles had Harvey Rackley-Hayes to thank for keeping them out. First, a great turn from Latin Ceesay led to him drilling his low but Rackley-Hayes did well to deny him and then get up quick to stop the rebound.

Allsopp then was able to beat Rackley-Hayes midway through the second half but the ball ricoshaded back off the post.

The Moles defence was eventually broken ten minutes to go when an Allsopp corner was headed by New and it  hits the head of Noah Chengun then back of New and into the back of the net. They then got a second when substitute Nick Medcraft low effort found the bottom corner. Then with the last kick of the game, Lanin Ceesay added a third after cutting inside.

The Moles have a week off next week before they return to the Iconic Stadium where they face Thatcham Town.