Mohammud Noorani's powerful header flies into the net to complete our 4-0 win.

Muhammud Noorani’s powerful header flies into the net to complete our 4-0 win.

Brook Street fired themselves out of the relegation zone and right back into contention for a play-off place with an excellent 4-0 win over Smyllum Rovers at New Home Park this afternoon.

“It was a priceless win for us as we’ve put a two-point gap between ourselves and Hibernian MFC”, admitted Leoš Loos in the post-match press conference. “These are the kind of games we have to win, and we’ve done exactly that to give ourselves a fighting chance of survival”, he continued.

“We dominated possession and were clinical in our finishing”, added the coach. “We played really well and got the win our play merited”.

“Muhammud took both his goals very well and the build-up play to Eliseo and Manny’s goals was exceptional. We deserved our victory and I don’t think anyone would dispute that”.

Muhammad Noorani opened the scoring after twenty minutes and goals from Eliseo Albeiros and Emanuel Bohucký within the following ten minutes killed any thoughts of a fightback from the visitors before half-time.

It took until two minutes from time for Brook Street to add a fourth goal courtesy of Muhammad Noorani, but in all honesty the game was won by half-time.

“We showed a determined side to our play that paid dividends, in not only a convincing win but also our first clean sheet of the season”, the coach commented.

“We’ve played ourselves out of the automatic relegation zone; it’s up to us to build on that now”, he concluded.

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