Lan­des­berg frus­trated by Li­ons hor­ror show

The Jewish Chronicle - - SPORT -

FOOT­BALL ANDY Lan­des­berg ad­mits Lon­don Li­ons got ex­actly what they de­served as their patchy away form con­tin­ued with a 4-2 de­feat at Worm­ley Rovers. The Li­ons went into the Herts Se­nior County League match against Rovers un­beaten in seven but it took the hosts just two min­utes to forge ahead when Josh Tray failed to deal with a cor­ner.

The visi­tors re­sponded strongly and they were level soon when Josh Ken­net main­tained his rich vein of form, reg­is­ter­ing his 10th goal of the sea­son Andy Lan­des­berg with an ex­cel­lent solo ef­fort.

With the bit be­tween their teeth, re­cent sign­ing Austin Lip­man put Li­ons 2-1 up, scor­ing from 15 yards, but Worm­ley drew level af­ter a swift counter-at­tack and poor de­fend­ing be­fore the break.

Worm­ley cap­i­talised on some more sloppy Li­ons de­fend­ing early in the sec­ond pe­riod and ended Li­ons’ hopes in the dy­ing mo­ments when Li­ons were caught out at the back when press­ing for an equaliser.

Li­ons man­ager Andy Lan­des­berg said: “We de­served noth­ing. We had 16 at­tempts and eight of those were golden. If you can’t take op­por­tu­ni­ties that are handed on a plate then what chance do you have?”

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