Godalming 0-2 Frimley Green
The G’s starting line-up saw the welcome return of Jordan Bird, Curtis Osano and Connor Gayle in the back four, so it looked promising for a much tighter defensive performance.
However, the G’s could only keep a clean sheet for the first fifteen minutes when it appeared that the danger from the visitor’s attack had been dealt with, but somehow the ball seemed to pop out from amongst the defenders straight to a Frimley player who had an easy enough chance to get their first goal.
Coxey was back up front looking like he could be a threat and headed just over the bar minutes later from a great cross in from the left.
With only five minutes of the first half left Frimley Green attacked again quickly down their left and delivered a low ball into the danger area where they despatched the ball scoring at the near post.
The impressive Anthony Myers made a good break through the middle and hit a good shot, which the visiting keeper did well to turn around the post diving low to his right.
The second half saw Curtis replaced by Ethan Keiser midway through, but despite all the effort, huffing and puffing only a couple of decent chances were created. Levi Crew also joined the fray replacing Anthony Myers.
Coxey went close, but it seemed that there was not much the home side could do to get themselves back into the game.
Michael (Stato) Stats
Teams G’s Frimley Green
Attempts 3 14
On target 1 6
Corners 7 2
fouls 14 23
Poss% 1st 47 53
Poss% 2nd 45 55
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