Windsor 6 - 0 Badshot Lea
Saturday 14th January 2017 at Stag Meadow
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WindsorBadshot Lea
Hugo SOBTE1Lee ALLEN
Emmanoyil GOGANOS2Craig WRIGHT
Ashley SMITH3Josh POUND
Bradley PEARCE4Darren BLAKE
Andrew INGRAM5Cameron BLACKIE
Riccardo CANNON6Jordan STEPNEY
Madir SHAFI7Jubril BORISHADE
George GOULD8Chad GOULTER
Kieran KNIGHT9Reece CONNOLLY
Robert LAZARCZUK10Adam NDITI
Barry DUNBAR11Kurt GREENAWAY
Subs
Usman LALUSTANI12Macauley FORD
Bradley BIRCHMORE14Ross FRISBY
Denzel BONILLA-HURTADO15Michael CHARLES
Ellis JONES-ARYEH16
Gus BOWLES17


Substitutions
20'Bradley Pearce (off)
Ellis Jones-Aryeg
Windsor
HTRiccardo Cannon (off)
Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado (o
Windsor
63'Jubril Borishade (off)
Macauley Ford (on)
Badshot Lea
65'Nadir Shafi (off)
Bradley Birchmore (on)
Windsor
73'Kurt Greenaway (off)
Ross Frisby (on)
Badshot Lea


Scorers
R Lazarczuk 10'
Goganos 29'
R Lazarczuk 36'
Shafi 38'
Dunbar 53'
Bonilla-Hurtado 65'


Bookings
31'Reece ConollyBadshot Lea
59'Kyrt GreenawayBadshot Lea
63'Robert LazarczukWindsor
71'Jordan StepneyBadshot Lea
72'Cameron BlackieBadshot Lea


Sendings Off

Windsor wrapped up their biggest win of the season by putting 6 past Badshot Lea without reply.

Enforced changes due to Jamie Di Giuseppe being unavailable saw Ashley Smith move to left back and Andrew Ingram fill in as a make-shift centre half.

The visitors were on top for the opening few minutes until Windsor took the lead with 10 minutes gone.

Barry Dunbar did well to pick out Robert Lazarczuk who slamed the ball into the roof of the net from close range.

Badshot continued to press but any chance they had either went wayward or found an in-form Hugo Sobte.

An early change for Windsor saw Ellis Jone-Aryeh replace Bradley Pearce after a heavy challenge.

Windsor started to impress and really turned up the pressure and should have doubled the lead when a combination of Smith and Dunbar put Kieran Knight through only for Jordan Stepney to block at the last moment.

The match turned just before the half hour with the first of two fantastic strikes.

On 29 minutes Emmanoyil Goganos picked the ball up just inside the Badshot half and when around 30 yards out struck a dipping effort that left Lee Allen grasping air.

Just moments after the first goal of the season contender went in along came a second.

This time it was Robert Lazarczuk hitting an effort from 25 yards into the top corner and effectively ending the mtach as a contest.

Minutes later and it was definately confirmed as not being Badshot's day.

Nadir Shafi cut on from the left and struck from the edge of the box only for his effoert to strike the back of Craig White and totally wrong footed Allen for Windsor's fourth.

Half time saw another enforced change for the hosts as Riccardo Cannon was unable to continue after being studded in the knee by Reece Connolly. Cannon was replaced by Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado.

It was all Windsor again at the start of the second half with Kieran Knight coming close from from a Lazarczuk corner.

Windsor's fifth finaly arrived after 53 minutes when Dunbar combined with Shafi to work a way through the visiting defence before Shafi hit the post leaving Dunbar with an easy finish from a yard.

Lee Allen's day in the Badshot goal went from bad to worse as he turned Bonilla-Hurtado's cross into his own net for Windsor's sixth.

Windsor weren't content to just see the game out, and having already scored his first club goal earlier, Goganos went close again only to be denied by the feet of Allen.

There was still time to give one of Windsor's future talents a run out with the introduction of 15 year old Bradley Birchmore who replaced Nadir Shafi.

Courtesy of Malcolm Williams

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