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Dagenham & Redbridge cruise to a dominant victory against high flyers Bromley

PUBLISHED: 16:59 26 August 2017 | UPDATED: 16:59 26 August 2017

Michael Cheek of Dagenham is congratulated after scoring the opening goal during Dagenham & Redbridge vs Bromley (Pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

Michael Cheek of Dagenham is congratulated after scoring the opening goal during Dagenham & Redbridge vs Bromley (Pic: David Simpson/TGS Photo)

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Dagenham & Redbridge 5 Bromley 1

Dagenham & Redbridge continued their unbeaten start to the National League season as they cruised to a dominant 5-1 victory against Bromley.

The Daggers put an end to Bromley’s undefeated run thanks to a brace from Michael Cheek and goals from Kevin Lokko, Morgan Ferrier and Corey Whitely.

The first chance of the match fell to Daggers Sam Ling, who done well to keep it in play and put it on target, after Whitely swung in dangerous corner.

It was cleared off the line by Bromley defender Ben Chorley and went out for a throw in.

Just a minute later Whitely attempted to curl a free-kick into the net, which sent Gregory the wrong way, but the keeper just managed to push it wide

Cheek picked off the ball after some sloppy defending and surged forward and hitting his shot into the top corner to put his side 1-0 up in the fifthtenth minute.

Seven minutes later a long throw from Ling caused problems in the Bromley box, eventually falling to Okenabirhie who fired well over the bar and into the stands.

Louis Dennis finds Luke Wanadio on the edge of box, cut inside and unleashed a great right foot strike past the keeper and into the bottom corner to bring his side back on level terms in the twenty sixth minute.

The play went straight back down the other end and Ling picked out Cheek with a cross and the striker rose above a Bromley defender and headed home a powerful effort to make it 2-1.

Another chance for the Daggers in the 40th minute as Matt Robinson found an unmarked Lokko in the box, but he is unable to connect with the ball.

Lokko once again found himself unmarked in the box and headed the ball into the top left from a Andre Boucaud cross from the left side to make it 3-1 in the final minute of the first-half.

Dagenham started the second-half where they left off and dominated the possession.

It soon turned into more chances for the home side as the visitors struggled to with stand the pressure and the ball fell to Fejiri Okenabirhie who rocketed a shot off the post from inside the box.

In the same minute Ferrier fired over the bard after being teed up following a great run from Whitely.

Whitely went close as he drove straight up the middle of the pitch and curled a shot over the bar in the sixty eigth minute.

They kept piling on the pressure as Ferrier broke clear with pace, but delayed and centred the ball to Okenabirhie who loost control of the ball inside the box.

Daggers Ferrier added to his side lead as he rolled off a defender in the middle of the box and slotted home a shot to make it 4-1 in the seventy fourth minute.

Seven minutes later Whitely stepped up to take a free-kick from 45 yards, which he passed to Boucaud, before getting it back and smashing it into the top right hand corner.

The hosts held firm for the final nine minutes and maintained the possession to see off the match.

Dagenham & Redbridge: Cousins, Ling, Robinson, Lokko, Pennell, Robson, Boucaud, Okenabirhie (Howells 73), Whitely, Ferrier (White 77), Cheek (Hawkins 52)

Unused subs: Justham and N’Gala.

Bromley: Gregory, Rees, Chorley, Holland, Dennis, Mekki, Wytner, Sterling (Johnson 67), Wanadio (Allen 62), Porter (Williams 55) Sutherland.

Unused subs: Raymond and Higgs.

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