Emanuel Bohucký slams in his second goal of the game to make the score 4-1 before half-time.

Emanuel Bohucký slams in his second goal of the game to make the score 4-1 before half-time.

Four first half goals helped Brook Street ease past Crass to a 6-1 victory in their first home match of the season today, despite playing the final quarter of an hour with ten men after Zsolt Baboss was shown a straight red.

Eike Alanne opened the scoring after only three minutes with his second goal in successive games, but the lead was short-lived as Bogdan Amarandei levelled six minutes later.

If anything could possibly have annoyed Brook Street it was conceding a goal, and for the remainder of the half, the New Home Park side put their opponents to the sword.

Andrew Cleary restored Brook Street’s lead in the thirty-second minute which kicked off a four minute period which killed off Crass as an attacking force.

Two minutes after Andrew’s goal, Emanuel Bohucký bent in a trademark free kick to make it 3-1 and within a hundred and twenty seconds, he had fired home his second goal after a superb solo run.

Brook Street could afford to sit back in the second half, but continued to press forward. Sustained pressure eventually paid off with sixty-six minutes on the clock when they were awarded a penalty. There was only ever going to be one man who would step up to take it, and Manny certainly didn’t let anyone down, striking the ball true to complete his hattrick and make the score 5-1.

Crass were reeling at this point and straight from the kick-off, Brook Street won the ball and broke forward. The ball was fed to Abel Soffia who swung in a superb cross which Muhammad Noorani met flush on the forehead to power in our sixth goal.

Brook Street were in full flight now and with the floodgates threatening to open, the visitors were let off the hook when Zsolt Baboss was given a straight red for an off the ball incident.

And so it ended 6-1 to the Monifieth side, and while Leoš Loos was happy with the result, he was less than impressed with Zsolt Baboss’s red card.

“It was sheer stupidity and I’ve left him with no doubts as to what I think of it”, he said. Leoš continued, “You just cannot do that. Raise your hands and you take a walk, it’s as simple as that. He knows that, and he knows that it will not be tolerated by me”, he continued.

Turning back to the pluses of the game, he said “Manny is on fire at the moment. He scored two excellent set pieces, but for me his second goal was the best”. He added, “He’s got five goals so far and it’s shaping up to be an excellent season for him already”.

He continued, “We’ve got off to a good start. Now we’ve got to build on it next weekend at Sparta. That’s where we fell down last season; we have got to ensure we don’t make the same mistake again”.