Nathan Ezair header stuns Sedgley Park Celtic

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BOTH Harold Feldman Trophy quarter-finals went to penalty shoot-outs on Sunday.

And the results mean that it will be a South Manchester Sports derby in the semi-final with the winners facing Liverpool Haroldeans in the final.

South Manchester 1st came from 4-2 down against Sedgley Park Celtic to force the shoot-out, which they won 4-2.

South took the lead after just 30 seconds thanks to Ethan Krell. But Jake Kelly levelled the scores 25 minutes later — only for South to regain the lead straight from kick-off thanks to Joe Glaskie.

The teams were level at the break after Jack Berman drilled home. Sedgley edged ahead through Avi Libbert and Kelly.

Sedgley had a strong penalty claim which saw their captain Saul Shapiro cautioned.

But, with four minutes remaining, Glaskie’s shot from the edge of the area took a wicked deflection over keeper Sam Franks. It was tough on Franks, who had earlier saved a penalty.

And in the dying seconds, Nathan Ezair launched himself to find the net with a diving header.

South keeper Jordan Warrents was the hero in the shoot-out as he saved Kelly’s penalty, while Sam Marks missed Sedgley’s fourth.

South 2nd and Manchester Maccabi Yellow fought out a thrilling 3-3 draw.

Adam Fenton, Ben Gould and a Maccabi own goal were met by goals for Maccabi from Ollie Gordon, Max Herman and Charles Glaskie. South won the shoot-out 3-1.

Meanwhile, Manchester Maccabi 1st drew 1-1 with Redgate Villa FC in the Chesman League thanks to a Louie Basso goal.

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