Kingsbury's late strike rescues points for Eynesbury
UCL DIVISION ONE: EYNESBURY ROVERS 2-1 BUGBROOKE ST MICHAELS || ANOTHER bumper Eynesbury crowd watched Rovers survive a dramatic 17 minutes of injury time to make it two wins from two. The teams were separated by Barry Albone s 40th minute goal as they he
UCL DIVISION ONE: EYNESBURY ROVERS 2-1 BUGBROOKE ST MICHAELS ||
ANOTHER bumper Eynesbury crowd watched Rovers survive a dramatic 17 minutes of injury time to make it two wins from two.
The teams were separated by Barry Albone's 40th minute goal as they headed into the 15th minute of injury time at the end of the game.
Bugbrooke's Glen Smith stepped up to score a free kick that seemed set to break Eynesbury hearts, but incredibly there was still time for Rovers to respond.
Rovers surged forward a minute later and won a corner from which Scott Kingsbury hit the winner that turned the game back in Rovers' favour.
"I don't know what was going on with the timing," said Rovers boss Matt Plumb. "There must have been some confusion between the referee and his assistant, because I don't know where that amount of time came from.
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"But that doesn't explain the complacent way we played. We could have played on for hours and we still wouldn't have performed. We got involved with them, and didn't concentrate on playing our football.
"We were very disappointing: the only thing we can take from the game is the fact that we still managed to get the three points.