28 Sep 2021 - 7:45 pm | Victoria Ground | Attendance: 421 | Referee: Andrew Ellis (Birmingham) Southern League Premier Division Central | Matchweek 9
| Half Time: 0-0
Full Time
Summary
Stats
Lineups
Cameron Ebbutt
Goal (from penalty) 1:0 52'
Cameron Ebbutt
55' Substitute
In:Reece Flanagan
Out:Joshveer Shergill
65' Substitute
In:Joe Morley
Out:Courtney Richards
Demetri Brown
Substitute 69'
In:Demetri Brown
Out:Connor Taylor
76' 1:1 Goal
Reece Flanagan
78' Substitute
In:Ben Bailey
Out:Carter Lycett
Joel Kettle
Goal 2:1 79'
Joel Kettle
Assistant: Cameron Ebbutt
Jack Newell
Substitute 80'
In:Jack Newell
Out:Leon Broadhurst
Jack Hallahan
Substitute 80'
In:Jack Hallahan
Out:Nathan Hayward
Bromsgrove Sporting 2 (Ebbutt 52' P, Kettle 79')
Hednesford Town 1 (Flanagan 76')

Torrential rain was not enough to stop Bromsgrove Sporting claiming all three points on Tuesday evening, as the Rouslers beat Hednesford Town 2-1.

Cameron Ebbutt gave Sporting the lead 52 minutes in from the penalty spot, before substitute Reece Flanagan pulled the Pitmen level in the 76th minute.
The winner came just three minutes later, as an enticing Ebbutt free kick was glanced in via the head of defender Joel Kettle.
Hednesford's Chay Tilt and Joshveer Shergill had chances early on but were unable to truly test Sporting stopper Akos Onodi.
As the first half progressed, Sporting began to enjoy more of the play and, with that, came opportunities, as Ebbutt, Connor Taylor and Jourdain Masidi all had efforts, but to no avail.
The 51st minute saw Ebbutt cap a fine run forward with a shot from range that flew just over the bar. However, he would find the net just one minute later.
Some great attacking play from Masidi eventually led to Ebbutt finding the ball in the box. He was fouled, and took on the responsibility of the spotkick too. Up he stepped, hitting the ball firmly to Andy Wycherley's right and in.
Todd Parker and Andre Landell had shots afterwards, but still they could find no way to draw level.
That was until Flanagan picked up the ball just outside the area with 14 minutes left, moving menacingly into the box before slotting home into the bottom corner.
Sporting regained the lead soon after though, as an Ebbutt free kick from around 25 yards was smartly diverted into the goal off the head of Kettle.
Cody Fisher almost made it three for Sporting in the 90th minute, but could only find the leg of Wycherley with his shot from a tight angle after a superb run into the box.
It wasn't to matter for Bromsgrove though, as they would go on to secure the three points, ahead of Saturday's Emirates FA Cup Third Round Qualifying match versus Welwyn Garden City.
Entertainment Rating: 4/5
Player of the Match: Jourdain Masidi (Bromsgrove Sporting)
Attendance: 421
50/50 number: 2187
Off Target 3
On Target 5
On Target 8
Off Target 5
Yellow Cards 0
4 Corners 4
8 Fouls 11
2 Offsides 0
8 Shots 13
5 Shots on Goal 8
2 Goals 1
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