How we use Cookies

On target Moors make penalty pay as they despatch poor City

SOLIHULL showed their quality with a comprehensive defeat of a poor Worcester side.

SOLIHULL showed their quality with a comprehensive defeat of a poor Worcester side.

With fourteen shots on target, the home side could have, and should have, finished with more than just two goals to their name.

Andy Gooding was dominant in midfield and Ryan Beswick was a constant thorn in the opposition’s side.

It was Beswick who opened the scoring with a free kick in the 24th minute.

However Worcester were handed an unlikely lifeline when referee Joe Clark pointed to the spot following a tackle by Moors’ centre back Theo Streete. In goal Adam Singh rose to the challenge and pulled off a fantastic save once more to preserve Moors’ lead.

The home side had their own chance from the spot when Junior English was awarded a soft penalty. The Worcester ‘keeper also saved from the spot but Adam Cunnington was on hand to finish and save Beswick’s blushes.

 

Premier League News

Journalists

Cathrina Hulse
Multimedia Journalist
Annette Belcher
Multimedia Journalist
Full newsroom contact details
Tell us what's happening in your area.