FSA PRO London looked commanding as they found the net 7 times against Level 7 Academy.
The first fixture back after the holiday break for FSA Pro London in the ECFA CAT 1 League was against opponents Level 7 Academy who currently sit mid table after a recent run of good form.. A highly competitive game right from kick off saw both teams struggling to get a grip on the game. Level 7 looked threatening breaking forward in numbers and FSA were causing issues behind the Level 7 fullbacks. With both teams only creating half chances the first goal was important to set the tone for the rest of the game. After 16 minutes the score remained 0-0 until FSA Pro Player Errikos Biniakou shot from the edge of the box taking a slight deflection into the top corner. FSA had to wait for the second goal as Level 7 came back with purpose however strong performances from Jakob El-Hage and Evan Kelly saw their attempts nullified. A free kick awarded to FSA Pro in a dangerous area allowed Cameron Ashia to deliver the ball into the heart of the oppositions box, Jakob El- Hage was in the right place to guide it home taking FSA pro into half time, leading 2-0.
The second half began after words of encouragement and instruction from the coaching staff, both teams went back into an early battle. FSA PRO looked to be the team taking the edge and within five minutes of the restart, won a penalty. Cameron Ashia stepped up calmly to score his first of the day. The next twenty minutes were a test as Level 7 created a couple of chances, but goal keeper Thierri Manley made sure his net remained empty after making some clever saves. FSA PRO made a few changes around 60 minutes, Mark Soares came on and made an instant impact. A sweetly struck free kick beat the goalkeeper giving the tricky winger his first goal for FSA PRO in Cat 1 this season. The next two goals fell for Cameron Ashia, the first a delightful phase of play combing through the midfield and finished off from close range. Ashia’s hat trick goal was another penalty finished off well into the bottom corner. FSA PRO continued to search for another, and we’re rewarded with a final goal. Mauricio Gil Bejarano getting on the end of another brilliant cross and headed home his first of 2022.
FSA Pro London looked composed and ruthless in the execution of today's performance and their unbeaten run goes on!
FSA PRO London 7-0 Level 7 Academy
Man of the match: Cameron Ashia