Hayes & Yeading United Football Club




1st Team Match Report

HYUFC Hayes & Yeading Utd 3
Chelmsford City 0
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Hayes & Yeading brought Chelmsford’s twelve match unbeaten run to a sudden halt on Tuesday evening at Kingfield as United dominated from start to finish to claim three points with a 3-0 victory.

Manager Nas Bashir sent out the same XI as the previous game with Tom Cadmore, available again after suspension, taking a place on the bench in place of Josh Ekim.

The visitors can maybe consider themselves lucky not to have been reduced to ten men with the first minute as Anthony Cook first dived into Tobi Joseph and then as the advantage was played he chopped down Daniel Wishart, a yellow card being shown by referee Mr Woolford.

United’s first sight of the Clarets goal came in the fourth minute as Luke Williams collected the ball on the edge of the box, he picked out Joseph who controlled the ball hit a shot on the turn that just cleared the crossbar.

Chelmsford’s veteran ‘keeper Stuart Searle kept his side level ten minutes later when he palmed away Williams’ snapshot from just inside the box. He could do very little though in the 21st minute when a slide-rule throughball from Williams sent Wishart away, the United wide man rounding the keeper before rolling home into the empty net.

Around the half hour mark United had a penalty appeal rejected as Mark Bentley appeared to be brought down, the United man seeing yellow from Mr Woolford for alleged simulation.

Wishart then saw a free-kick curl wide of the upright before Brandon Hall was tested, really for the only time in the game, as he got his body firmly behind a Sam Corcoran effort from the edge of the area that skidded on the sodden ground.

The final ten minutes of the half saw United remain in total control and it was no shock when a second goal came.

Kudus Oyenuga robbed Corcoran on the edge of the Clarets box, his shot being partially blocked into Searle’s arms before Dan Spence cut out a pass that saw the ball drop nicely to Williams, his quick exchange with Wishart set up a chance but his rushed effort was well off target.

It was only a minute later though when the second came. Wishart burst into the box on the left before being unceremoniously chopped down by Kenny Clark. Oyenuga took charge from the spot to bag his 10th goal of the campaign.

In stoppage time it was still one way traffic. Williams corner was taken short to Oyenuga, his cross found Bentley, his shot was blocked as far as Joseph whose chipped effort was just too high.

The second half continued in exactly the same fashion, within a minute of the re-start, Wishart sent Joseph through on goal again but he was forced a little wide and his shot was well blocked by Searle.

In the 51st minute Bentley went agonisingly close to his second in as many games, his header from Williams’ corner missing the angle by no more than an inch.

It was now just past the hour mark and Wishart broke out of defence, his cross field ball sent Yassin Moutaouakil away down the right flank, his first time cross being met by the on-coming Oyenuga but the striker was denied by another fine save from Searle who tipped his effort around the post.

On 69 minutes the third did arrive in slightly comical fashion. Chelmsford won a free-kick midway inside the United half, Corcoran slipped into the ball while attempting to take the kick, Williams nipped in to take possession and played the ball forwards to Oyenuga. As the United striker drew the covering defender towards him, Moutaouakil raced the length of Kingfield in support and was duly picked out by Oyenuga, the defender firing his first for United under Searle’s despairing dive.

Ten minutes remained when in a rare attack from the visitors, a deep looping cross from Mark Haines was met by Jamie Slabber at the far post, his header going straight in the air gifting a simple catch for Hall and from there the game played out to a finish.

Report by Kevin Watts.

United Man of the Match: Daniel Wishart.

Print the Teamsheet: Here.

Hayes & Yeading United
Chelmsford City
Brandon Hall
Half-Time: 2-0

Full-Time: 3-0

Referee: Mr D Woolford

Attendance: 224


Goals:

Hayes & Yeading United:
Wishart (21)
Oyenuga (39 pen)
Moutaouakil (69)

Chelmsford City:
Stuart Searle
Yassin Moutaouakil
Nicolas Bondon
Dan Spence
Aiden Palmer
Sam Cox ©
Mark Haines
Calum Butcher
Kenny Clark
Pelé
Sam Corcoran
Kudus Oyenuga
Anthony Cook
Mark Bentley
© Adam Tann
Tobi Joseph
Jamie Slabber
Luke Williams
Donovan Simmonds
Daniel Wishart
Ishmael Welsh
  Substitutes:
Substitutes:
 
Jerome Anderson (for Oyenuga, 74)
Jonathan Brogden
John Goddard (for Bentley, 80)
David Wootton
Tom Cadmore
Craig Calver (for Bondon, 56)
Manny Williams (for Joseph, 85)
Gonzalo Onega (for Welsh, 65)
James Beasant
David Rainford
Evo-Stik League South
 







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