St Albans City suffer fourth successive defeat - pictures
PUBLISHED: 10:38 08 February 2016 | UPDATED: 10:38 08 February 2016
St Albans City slumped to their fourth successive defeat with a 2-0 loss at Dartford.
Dartford 2 St Albans City 0
St Albans' Michael Thalassitis wins an aerial dual. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Charlie MacDonald is muscled out by the Dartford defence. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Charlie MacDonald hits an effort towards the Dartford goal. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Ben Martin wins a header in the Dartford penalty box. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Tom Bender attempts to beat his man. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Louie Theophanous escapes the attention of two Dartford defenders. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Saints battle for possession against Dartford. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
This was the eighth game without a win for St Albans City. Picture: BOB WALKLEY
Charlie MacDonald in action against Dartford. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Joe Welch claims the ball. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Scott Thomas wins the ball in the air. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Louie Theophanous has a shot at goal. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Louie Theophanous sends a shot towards goal. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Billy Gibson fires just wide. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Michael Thalassitis flies down the wing. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Sam Corcoran attempts a shot from range. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Charlie MacDonald is brought chrashing to earth in the Dartford penalty area. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
Michael Thalassitis dominates in the air. Picture: LEIGH PAGE
It was also the eighth game without a win for Saints, who last picked up three points against Maidenhead United in December.
Two Mark Pugh goals, both in the second-half, did the damage leaving City rock bottom of the Vanarama National League South.
As usual photographers Bob Walkley and Leigh Page were in attendance to capture the best of the action.
St Albans’ attention turns away from their league woes tonight (Monday) when they head to Hitchin Town for the semi-final of the Herts Senior Cup.
Manager Harry Wheeler will no doubt be hoping the game provides the momentum required to lift the club out of the danger zone.
Kick-off at Top Field is at 7.45pm.
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