Lewes FC lit up their first European game
Lewes FC made an impressive debut in FENIX trophy by scoring their maiden goal and won three points against FC Oslo at the Dripping Pan.
European debutant Lewes FC had an extraordinary first half where Kalvin Lumbombo-Kalala scored their first and only goal in the match at 16th minute. Deon Moore assisted Lumbombo-Kalala with a cross to score the goal.
Bradley Pritchard from Lewes FC was highly athletic and skillful in the field through his nutmegs and crosses.
Even though Nathan Harvey had a shaky start with a glove, FC Oslo failed to create chances and gave time to settle his nerves.
1000+ people turned at the Dripping Pan to support Lewes FC and made them feel special in their first ever biggest game.
Lewes FC handled the pressure and the ball well throughout the game to come on top over the inform Norwegian fourth division champions FC Oslo.
FC Oslo lost back-to-back games in FENIX trophy and pushed into the bottom of the table. To be in contention they need to win their remaining two games.
Meanwhile Lewes FC won their first encounter and well on course for their path to knockouts.
The not so good part in this game was players from both teams were not in good spirits and made nasty injuries which affected the motto of the FENIX trophy.
Lewes FC had a memorable night and gave happiness to 1000+ people at the Dripping Pan in their debut European game.