Carter is Moors the merrier with late winner for Cards
WOKING made it four wins from five home games with a 2-1 victory over Solihull Moors on Tuesday night.
The Cards dominated the first period and almost oepned the scoring in the first minute when Inih Effiong hit the post.
Joe Ward then went close with an audacious effort from range that the Moors keeper did well to turn away for a corner.
It was one-way traffic and the home side took the lead on the half hour when Effiong released Jason Banton and he made no mistake.
That was all Woking had to show for their first half dominance and the tables turned in the second half.
With the wind in Solihull’s favour, the visitors came more into the game and they were awarded a penalty in the 74th minute that Darren Carter duly dispatched.
But that galvanised the Cards and with eight minutes remaining they won it. Joe Ward and Louis Ramsay combined well with the latter cutting the ball back for substitute Charlie Carter to score the winner.
In added time Effiong had an excellent chance to add a third. The ball broke quickly to substitute Bobson Bawling on the right, who sent the frontman clear of the defence, but his first touch was far too strong enabling the Moors keeper to clear.
Jason Banton scored Woking’s first goal during a comfortable first half for the Cards against Solihull Moors on Tuesday night