1 October 2022

Report & Reaction: Solihull Moors 2-2 Bromley

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Report & Reaction: Solihull Moors 2-2 Bromley

It was the visitors who started off the better of the two and Kyle Storer nearly opened the scoring with four minutes on the clock, but his effort was deflected away from danger.

Ryan Barnett then had a chance to break the dead-lock a matter of seconds later, but his floating effort couldn’t find the target.

Up the other end and Omar Sowunmi came close to adding to his impressive goal tally for the season after heading a corner into the side-netting.

Billy Bingham then tried a spectacular long-range effort, but it whistled past the post before Callum Reynolds came close too. He headed James Vennings’ corner onto the post.

A glorious opportunity fell to Michael Cheek on the half-hour mark. A defensive error gifted him the ball before he attempted to round the ‘keeper, but the ball bounced off his boot and out for a goal-kick instead.

The dead-lock was finally broken on 34 minutes after a cross from the left was lofted back across goal by Reynolds and George Alexander was there to overhead kick the ball into the top right corner.

The goal proved to be the final real chance of the half as the Ravens returned to the changing rooms in front.

It got even better for Bromley on 67 minutes as Jude Arthurs headed in from close range.

Tom Smith denied Solihull on a couple of occasions in the second half with Cheek attacking up the other end and should have put the score out of sight.

Solihull were reduced to 10 men after a strong challenge from captain Kyle Storer resulted in a second yellow.

The referee added seven minutes of stoppage time and the hosts completely went for it, Josh Kelly pulling one back before a 97th minute equaliser meant the Ravens could only come away with a point.

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