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Essex Senior League: Sporting Bengal 1 Woodford Town 4

PUBLISHED: 09:06 01 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:35 05 October 2017

Sporting Bengal and Woodford Town players shake hands before their Essex Senior League clash at Mile End Stadium (pic Sporting Bengal)

Sporting Bengal and Woodford Town players shake hands before their Essex Senior League clash at Mile End Stadium (pic Sporting Bengal)

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Sporting Bengal were brought back down to Earth by a heavy home defeat at Mile End Stadium.

Imrul Gazi’s men had been flying high towards the top of the table, but dropped to sixth after a first loss in five league outings.

Only 17 minutes had been played when Larry Asare put Woodford ahead and Asher Modeste added a second from the penalty spot.

It was 3-0 on 63 minutes as Woodford took firm control, before Eaia Embalo replied for Bengal.

But Andrea Mantovani completed a fine win for Woodford with their fourth goal in the final minute and Gazi’s men will hope for better when they visit Great Wakering Rovers on Tuesday.

Gazi tweeted: “Was a really poor performance all round. Deserved win for Woodford Town FC. We try to make amends on Tuesday against the mighty G Wakering.”

Sporting Bengal: Adjei, Cameron, T Choudhury, I Chowdhury, Embalo, A Khan, M Khan, Noor, Siddik, Tandon, Udi Ba. Subs: Hussain, Salih, Vaughan.

*Tower Hamlets were without a Saturday fixture this weekend, but are set to welcome Ilford – who were also without a game on Saturday – to Mile End Stadium on Monday night.


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