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East Harling Res 1-5 Harleston Res …

East Harling Res 1-5 Harleston Res
Harling entertained a very good Harleston side whose league position didn’t reflect their obvious quality. The game started at a very intense pace with Harling winning everything and playing their best football so far this season. An early tame effort for Greenhill with the goal gapping was soon followed by a goal disallowed for offside for the striker, he was soon to make an amends though as Cusack whipped a great ball into the box which Greenhill volleyed home to make it 1-0 to the greens after 20mins. The intense pressing from Harling started to drop and with that Harleston scored a wonder of an equaliser from all of 25 yards to level the game, 1-1. This seemed to kick Harleston into gear and they started to press, work harder off the ball and were first to everything. Harling were struggling to get their foot on the ball and were soon made to pay after a Harleston free kick was headed home at the near post to give the away side a 1-2 lead at half time. A half time team talk of what was needed in the second half to get back into the game was soon out of the window after the referee gave a very soft penalty 2 mins into the second half, 1-3. The away side scored a further 2 goals after for the game to finish 1-5 at full time. The second half performance from Harling was very disappointing, we will need and be looking for a big improvement Saturday against the currently unbeaten Mulbarton reserves.

East Harling Res 1-5 Harleston Res
Harling entertained a very good Harleston side whose league position didn’t reflect their obvious quality. The game started at a very intense pace with Harling winning everything and playing their best football so far this season. An early tame effort for Greenhill with the goal gapping was soon followed by a goal disallowed for offside for the striker, he was soon to make an amends though as Cusack whipped a great ball into the box which Greenhill volleyed home to make it 1-0 to the greens after 20mins. The intense pressing from Harling started to drop and with that Harleston scored a wonder of an equaliser from all of 25 yards to level the game, 1-1. This seemed to kick Harleston into gear and they started to press, work harder off the ball and were first to everything. Harling were struggling to get their foot on the ball and were soon made to pay after a Harleston free kick was headed home at the near post to give the away side a 1-2 lead at half time. A half time team talk of what was needed in the second half to get back into the game was soon out of the window after the referee gave a very soft penalty 2 mins into the second half, 1-3. The away side scored a further 2 goals after for the game to finish 1-5 at full time. The second half performance from Harling was very disappointing, we will need and be looking for a big improvement Saturday against the currently unbeaten Mulbarton reserves.