Eyüphan Toga finishes off a fine move with an unstoppable shot to tie the game at 2-2.

Eyüphan Toga finishes off a fine move with an unstoppable shot to tie the game at 2-2.

Brook Street have been producing real Jekyll and Hyde performance this season; unbeatable at home and hopeless away, and so it continued today.

Hopes were high at the club after last week’s 7-2 demolition of Arenelle at New Home Park that they might break that losing streak on the road. How wrong could they be, as Brook Street headed back up the road with tails firmly between their legs, as the division’s bottom dogs ran out 3-2 winners.

“We were second to everything today, and we got what we deserved”, admitted Marcus at full-time. “We were fortunate to get the score back to 2-2 after they took the early lead, but once they went back in front in the second half, you knew they were just going to roll down the shutters and shut up shop”. And so it proved.

Arenelle raced to a 2-0 lead with goals from Glen Haugaard in twenty-eight minutes and Vivian Dodan ten minutes later. Jake MacConnechy pulled a goal back five minutes before the break and Eyüphan Toga tied the game in the fifty-sixth minute, but with sixty-four minutes played, Eryk Pirrung scored what was to prove to be the decisive goal.

Elsewhere, Sparta got their revenge on EK Tuggers, winning 3-1 away from home, Vodikavkaz eased past Airth Castle by six goals to two, and Vines Cross moved ahead of Brook Street by defeating Kessler’s 3-0 at Vides Estadio.

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