Sour scenes ensued as EK Burgh blew away an Aston villa side who self-destructed in the second half
A four goal haul from EK number 9 Alex Fish, helped his side on their way to a convincing victory, but it could have been less so if Villa had managed to keep their composure.
The scoring started after just 37 seconds when Adam Wilson burst through a sleepy Villa defence and blasted home his shot into the far left corner of Dylan Leggate’s goal.
Villa seemed to recover from this early setback, dominating most of possession and getting themselves regularly into scoring opportunities, but were unable to convert any of the chances they were creating.
EK were ruthless on the counter and doubled their advantage on the twenty minute mark, Fish getting through one on one with Leggate and slotting the ball under the Villa keeper’s arms to score his first of the afternoon. This goal seemed to rock Villa more than the first, becoming more and more frustrated as things just weren’t clicking for them.
It was three for EK ten minutes from the break, Murray McLoy whipping in a sweet delivery straight to Fish who headed excellently into the bottom corner. Shaun Setumbe gave Villa hope three minutes from half-time when a lobbed ball from Ben Hardie found him to slot home.