Points shared at Windsor
Yellows follow-up a 1-0 home win with a 1-1 away draw.
The Yellows made the short journey to Windsor on Tuesday evening in a fixture that was re-arranged from early last month. We had already played Windsor at home at the end of October, and on that day, came out 1-0 winners thanks to a first-half penalty conversion by Cyrus Vanterpool.
Windsor are currently in a mid-table position and are certainly looking for points – as are we.
Both sides’ squads were much-changed from our fixture in October as can be expected at this level of football.
Early in the match, Bedfont & Feltham showed good dominance and both teams played some competitive football with shots a-plenty being made.
Windsor’s Robert Lazarczuk found the back of the net first, in the 34th minute; and not to be outdone, Darren Putman put Frank Vincent’s corner into Windsor’s goal two minutes later. The score stayed level at half-time.
The official stats show that both teams had an equal 50/50 share of possession with four fouls committed each. Windsor had seven shots at goal whilst we had five.
The second-half started with one substitution by the hosts, and a similar line of business to that in the first. Again, plenty of advances by both sides but neither could put the ball past either ‘keeper. Windsor made another change to try to step the match up a gear and ten minutes later, Leonardo Pedro replaced Craig Tomkins for the Yellows. Soon after, Windsor found themselves fouling newly-signed ‘keeper Ravan Constable.
Arslane Guedioua repaced Bilal Aaloughe just after this as manager Aaron Morgan pushed for more. Windsor’s George Gould received a yellow card and Nathan Balanta was found to have handled the ball just after.
Yellows’ Kendrick Harrtott had an attempt at goal saved in the 90th minute and was later offside during injury time.
Neither side could manage a second goal which meant the final score after some ninety-five minutes was 1-1.
The stats for the match show that Bedfont & Feltham had 52% of the possession and an equal 11 shots on goal. The Yellows topped the foul chart with 11 against 10. Windsor received two yellow cards in total whilst we were caution-free.
A much-improved performance by the Yellows. Our attention now turns to Saturday's match versus Colliers Wood United who have proved to be a bogey side for us in the past. Let’s hope history can be re-written from today!