Attila Gyöngyösi fires home our equalising goal against Kessler's Eleven this evening.

Attila Gyöngyösi fires home our equalising goal against Kessler’s Eleven this evening.

Lapses in concentration cost Brook Street dear this evening as they conceded two goals in as many minutes and ultimately had to settle for a share of the spoils in their 2-2 draw with Kessler’s Eleven.

Another capacity crowd crammed into New Home Park, and it looked as if the home fans were going to have a happy afternoon when Attila Gyöngyösi slammed in the opening goal in the eighteenth minute.

However, the game was turned on its head in two minutes when first in the thirty-fourth minute Anselmo Del Mar fired in the equaliser then Leonel Gaivota put the visitors in front.

Brook Street wobbled, but managed to steady the ship before a half-time rollocking from coach Marcus Lövman focussed minds again.

The home side made the perfect start to the second half, Attila Gyöngyösi netting the equaliser from close in eight minutes after the re-start, but despite retaining the lion’s share of possession failed to add to the goals tally which left them ruing the two occasions that the defence switched off in the first half.

“We’ve only ourselves to blame fro dropping two points”, lamented Marcus at full-time. “We lost two sloppy goals and it just isn’t good enough”.

He continued, “That’s the kind of mistake I’d expect from the kids, and at least they would have an excuse for switching off. The first team have absolutely no excuse for that”.

He finished with a warning for his errant first team. “Perhaps this side has run it’s course and it is time to re-build. That’s something I’ll be looking at over the next few weeks”.

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