U13's break Longwell's unbeaten run with 5-1 hammering on the road
BSU forced to play 1st half with 10 players & Hosts keeper sees Red.
BSU were forced to play the first half against their unbeaten opposition with just 10 players due to player availability.
The visitors didn't let the disadvantage stop them and it only took 15 minutes before a superb solo run from in-form Romeo Kazapua saw the midfielder hit his 6th goal of the season low past the Longwell keeper. 0-1
BSU returned to full strength with Bradan Hill playing up-front to give the visitors added presence up-front. The hosts appeared to have pressed to hard in the first half and gaps started to appear in the defence.
BSU made it 0-2 after 3 minutes when Riley McDonagh smashed a well-worked corner towards the back post. After the previous weekends' performance, Riley Humphries made no mistake and jumped and headed the ball high into the net.
Only 1 minute later and roles were swapped when Humphries slotted a ball through for McDonagh. McDonagh rounded the keeper to bag his 3rd of the season and 3rd for on the day. 0-3
With BSU in control, they appeared to take their foot off of the pedal and a scrappy clearance from the BSU left-back saw Longwell Green's striker smash the ball past James Williams in the BSU goal. 1-3
Williams was forced into action moments later when an excellent double-save was made-following a pressure moment in the box from Longwell.
Next a moment of complete madness after Humphries rounded the host’s keeper. The goalie turned and kicked the BSU player in the shin just before he slotted the ball over the line. The referee gave the keeper his marching orders but was persuaded to revoke his decision. He pointed to the spot and Humphries buried with a low shot to the left - in off of the post. 1-4
It was another hat-trick for Humphries when Vinnie Phelps - who running the opposition wild in the second half - crossed a ball onto the penalty spot from a wide area. The ball was casually tucked over the line for Humphries' 12th goal in just 5 games. 1-5.
Williams was forced to make another string of excellent saves to keep his team in the game late on and was rightfully awarded the Man of the Match award.