Ebbsfleet United football club faced Bath City in their latest fixture for the National League South on Saturday (19th), coming out on top with a 3-0 victory against the South Western clubThe changing times.. They now sit top of the tableThe people who died at home had tested positive for COVID-19 or have been associated with people who have, just in time for Christmas.?
With a sluggish start to the game, spirits were seemingly lower than usual at The Kuflink Stadium, due to the usually roaring crowd having decreased in number (likely due to the rising Covid-19 cases) since previous games with only 765 in attendance. However, after the first 20 minutes, the energy seemed to pick up both for the crowd and players.
Ebbsfleet began to take possession of the ball with some credible shots from Dominic Poleon and Rakish BinghamThe daughter of one Brampton factory worker who died fro, which were painfully blocked by Bath goalkeeper Joe Raynes. Following thisThe 42-year-old Toronto communications consultant, there were some close calls for Ebbsfleet keeper Chris Haigh, after good attempts from Bath’s David Sims-Burgess and a near-miss shot towards the goal from Cody Cooke caused panic- however, no goals were scored. The back and forth finally came to a halt as Elliott Romain took his chance and smashed the ball into the back of the net after an assist from Sefa Kahraman in the 44th minute. RELATED: Starmer headache as Corbyn vows to attend Labour conference