Red-hot Nyman scores six goals to send Redbridge Jewish Care back to the top
MGBSFL DIVISON ONE BAYERN MINCHA 0 REDBRIDGE JEWISH CARE A 9
FOOTBALL SAM Rank saluted six-goal hero Dean Nyman after the experienced striker propelled Redbridge Jewish Care back to the top following a 9-0 demolition of Bayern Mincha.
Playing in his second game since returning from a lengthy sabbatical, Nyman gave Redbridge the perfect start to 2019 with six of the best.
“Deano came back to make headlines and this will be the first of many,” enthused RJC joint-manager Rank.
“A lot of players would’ve watched Alan Shearer, Gabriel Batistuta and Gary Linker when they were younger, and watched exhibitions of their finishing. Watching Dean Nyman is no different. He’s a top-class performer.”
Redbridge went into the game unbeaten in 10 league matches and they returned from the three-week winter break in confident mood.
Nyman linked up in a threepronged attack, alongside topscorer Nate Kashket and Steve Summers, and between them they blew Bayern away.
It took the visitors only 13 minutes to open the scoring, neat holdup play from Summers saw him set up Nyman who produced an emphatic finish from 18 yards.
RJC doubled their lead on the half hour mark when a fantastic counter-attack, which was started and finished by James Berkley, following great work from Kashket, Nyman and Summers.
Kashket fired his 17th goal of the season five minutes before the interval to make it 3-0, but the best was yet to come.
Redbridge scored six more goals in the second half, with Kashket scoring his second. But it was Nyman who had the final say, scoring five times in the final 30 minutes.
RJC joint-manager Sam Rank said: “The most encouraging thing is we can still play better. We hadn’t trained for four weeks and, at times, it was evident.”
Title rivals Fairlop FC, who are also unbeaten, are RJC’s next opponents, and Rank said: “I could not have asked for a better result ahead of the crunch clash.
“Now it’s time to get back to the training ground and prepare to beat Fairlop.
“A big crowd is expected and they’re in for a cracker.”
Razor sharp: Dean Nyman scored five of his six goals in the final 30 minutes to inspire RJC to their second biggest win of the season