OXFORD Metropolis are two wins from Wembley after they reached the quarter-finals of the Buildbase FA Trophy with a 2-0 win over Peterborough Sports activities, WRITES JACK SALE.
Objectives from James Roberts and Reece Fleet both aspect of half-time have been sufficient to see the hosts progress to the final eight for the primary time of their historical past.
Metropolis began the fifth spherical tie brighter and had their first clear-cut likelihood ten minutes in.
After the Pitching In Southern League Premier Central outfit did not take care of a nook, Harvey Bradbury swivelled on the free ball within the penalty space, however his effort went means over the bar.
5 minutes later, Metropolis felt they need to have had a penalty.
Alfie Potter was introduced down, however the referee gave a free-kick on the sting of the world as an alternative.
Josh Ashby’s ensuing free kick was deflected for a nook and from that Metropolis took the lead.
Peterborough failed to completely take care of the supply and the ball ultimately discovered its approach to Roberts, who delightfully curled in from simply exterior the field.
Metropolis remained in cost however failed so as to add to their lead earlier than the break.
They did double their lead, although, within the opening minutes of the second half.
It was extra good work from Roberts, this time turning supplier for Reece Fleet who struck past the keeper.
Roberts had a late likelihood to double his tally and cap a fantastic afternoon’s work, however he was denied by an excellent save from the Peterborough Sports activities keeper Lewis Moat.
The quarter-final draw will happen on Monday at 1.30pm, with ties to be performed on Saturday, March 27.