Final score the only disappointment as St Albans City reach another Herts Senior Cup final
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St Albans City made it into a second successive Herts Senior Cup final thanks to a 2-0 win at Kings Langley – although the final score disappointed manager Ian Allinson.
A penalty from Rohdell Gordon and a fine strike from Munashe Sundire was enough to see off the Southern League side but there were plenty of chances elsewhere for Saints to add to their tally.
Allinson said: 'It gave the players who came in an opportunity to show us what they can do for the remaining eight league games and every single one of them put in a good performance.
'Their attitude was superb and they applied themselves well.
'The one disappointing thing is that it was only 2-0.
'We've had 17 shots and 14 on target and not made the keeper work enough.
'We haven't scored enough this season and we had the chance to put a good score on the board.
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'But we've won 2-0, kept a clean sheet and got to the final which was the most important thing.'