With one of its strongest team yet, London Town was set to reach the cup final, giving its player the chance to taste silverware glory; making club history.
The squad was made of:
Andras Ivanics (GK), Alex Doyle, Florian Felsenreich, George Marshall, Gergo Komjati
Guille Cubes Baviera, Josha Lansink, Karan Bathija, Mick Engelbertink, Oscar Ponton
Pascal Dürr, Peter Franklin, Ruairi Ward, Sandor Lukacs, Szilard Gyergyai
Peter, Sandor, Mick, Alex
Oscar, Josha, Guille, George
The first half ended with a 1 goal lead as George Marshall increased his season tally to 4 goals on the first minute after KO having received a top assist from our captain Gergo. We kept up the relentless pressure but we could not get a second goal before half time.
The second half was a 2 all affair. Londoners started well and on the 58th minute, having received a beautiful cross from Florian, Guille guided the both into the back of the net with pinpoint accuracy.
2 minutes later we conceded a goal, but we kept going and on the 63rd minute, our top goal scorer, Pascal, assisted by Karan, showed his skill to bring his tally to 16 for the season so far.
We continued to play well, but on 75th minute we conceded again and the score became 2 – 3 and a couple of minutes later, we lost our stellar defender (Mick) through a red card.
We continued to play well, keeping organised and managed to see the game off to the end, taking our club to the first cup final in the club’s history.