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Yossi Lanning (Finchley City) – City’s man-of-the-match. Was commanding, saved a penalty and made a couple of other brilliant saves
Daniel Behar (Maccabi London Lions B) – Absolutely terrific, up and down the pitch from left back, worked his socks off and got an assist for a goal
Alex Lee (Oakwood A) – Solid display on his return to the side following a lengthy lay off with a foot injury, a huge player to have back involved.
Josh Cohen (Redbridge C) – Put in a powerhouse of a display in the heart of the midfield as he helped stop league’s second most prolific strikeforce from scoring
Dovi Vogel (RC UK FC) – Played in three different positions across defence and midfield, and scored two stunning goals to boot
Benji Weinberger (Maccabi London Lions B) – A full-hearted committed performance, helped out his left-back and scored side’s fourth goal
Jamie Jackson (Maccabi London Lions A) – Bossed the centre midfield in the second half – which coincided with Lions turning cup tie on its head as they beat Hendon
Liam Stein (North London Raiders C) – An all-round great performance which was capped off with two brilliant goals to carry Raiders to victory
Matt Berkley (Redbridge B) – Turned in an impressive performance and won his team the game with two very composed finishes
James Abrams (Oakwood B) – Playing in his preferred No 10 position, scored two great efforts to seal side’s win
Benni Sluckis (Real Hendon) – Worked tirelessly up front. Scored on his return to the team and was a handful for Mill Hill Dons defenders all game
MANAGER OF THE WEEK:
Samuel Marchant (Maccabi London Lions B)
PLAYER OF THE WEEK:
Daniel Behar (Maccabi London Lions B)
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