Chichester City 0 - 2 Windsor
Saturday 3rd November 2018 at Oaklands Park
  • Lineups
  • Report
Chichester City - Windsor
Jordan MATTHEWS1Hugo SOBTE
Kieran HARTLEY2Kai DAVIS
Matthew AXELL3Jamie DI GIUSEPPE
Ellis MARTIN4Luke BROOKS-SMITH
Connor CODY5Victor OCANSEY
Ben PASHLEY6Darren ABBEY
Josh CLACK7George GOULD
Dave HERBERT8Matthew STOCKILL
Scott JONES9Daniel ROBERTS
Rob HUTCHINGS10Andrew INGRAM
Gicu IORDACHE11Fabio NUNES
Subs
Ryan PEAKE12Jordan ELLIS
Terrell LEWIS14Paul COYNE
Ethan ANDERS15Robert LAZARCZUK
Sam NDLOVU16Ben SMYTH
Kaleem HATHEM17Connor SHINGLESTON


Substitutions
HTRob Hutchings (off)
Terrell Lewis (on)
Chichester City
59'Ellis Martin (off)
Kaleem Hathem (on)
Chichester City
70'Gicu Iordachw (off)
Sam Ndluvo (on)
Chichester City
72'Luke Brooks-Smith (off)
Paul Coyne (on)
Windsor
78'Andrew Ingram (off)
Jordan Ellis (on)
Windsor
90+1'Daniel Roberts (off)
Robert Lazarczuk (on)
Windsor


Scorers
Roberts 43'
Stockill 53'


Bookings
43'Connor CodyChichester City
64'Matthew StockillWindsor
67'Terrell LewisChichester City
81'Paul CoyneWindsor
90+3'Fabio NunesWindsor


Sendings Off
39'Dave HerbertChichester City
88'Kieran HartleyChichester City

Windsor produced another fine Vase performance seeing off a Chichester side who boasted an excellent home record, conceding only 8 goals in 13 games prior to Saturday.

As expected the home side started strongly, Windsor stood firm for 20 minutes allowing Chichester possession, but reducing them to long range efforts and half chances.

At the top end of the pitch, Andy Ingram starting his 3rd consecutive match as a forward, gave the Chichester defensive line a torrid time.

Ingram chased every ball and competed for every header. His work rate never slackening.

Dan Roberts fed on Ingram's knock downs and two moments of quick feet created chances for Matt Stockill and Fabio Nunes.

The game exploded into life in the 39th minute, Chichester' Dave Herbert miscontrolled a pass and his two footed mid air attempt to rescue the ball as it rolled towards Dan Roberts saw the match referee produce a straight red card.

Roberts fortunately saw the challenge and managed to evade the midfielders size 9's and presentation of the full set of 12 studs!

Within 5 minutes of the dismissal Dan Roberts put Windsor ahead, meeting Fabio Nunes deep cross with a volley which deflected off of the defender and into the far corner.

Windsor comfortably saw out the remaining minutes of the half.

Chichester made a half time substitution but it was Windsor who scored the next goal, Matt Stockill smashing in from the edge of the area following exceptional work from Dan Roberts who beat two men before cutting the ball back.

Chances followed for Nunes, Ingram and Stockill. Stockill's effort a result of excellent link up play between Kai Davis and Nunes. At the other end, Victor Ocansey and Darren Abbey dealt with everything thrown at them, the impressive Ocansey covered every inch of defensive grass.

A mention for Hugo Sobte who caught or punched every aerial ball with little fuss and much skill.

As the minutes ticked away for Chichester and George Gould strangled the life out of every attack, the home sides discipline slipped.

The referee had every decision questioned and on 88 minutes the home full back Kieran Hartley was dismissed for an off the ball punch on the marauding Jamie Di Giuseppe.

There was still time for substitute Paul Coyne to collect a yellow card, but Windsor impressed with their attitude, intensity and game management.

Courtesy of Matthew Stevens

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