Former Barrack Young Controller Football Club striker Van-Dave Harmon has opened his scoring account in the Czech Republic with his new club SC Znojmo FK in the Czech National Football League, the second tier of Czech football.
Harmon came off the bench to score his first goal for the club in their 2-1 defeat away at FK Ústí nad Labem on the 23rd match day of the Czech National Football League. Going into the match with a defeat and a draw in their two previous league games, Harmon’s Znojmo were desperately in search of a win to keep alive their hopes of a mid-table finish.
However, they remained close to the relegation zone after bowing to a 2-1 defeat. The two teams played to a goalless draw in the first half before Harmon’s Znojmo conceded in the 76th minute through Michal Bilek. Down by a goal and needing an equalizer, Harmon was introduced in the 78th minute to add to Znojmo’s attack. Seven minutes after his introduction, FK Usti doubled their lead through Lukas Matejka and made things worse for Znojmo.
However, Znojmo kept pushing for a goal with five minutes to end the full 90 minutes. Their effort to pull a goal back in the full 90 minutes didn’t materialize, and their only goal came in the first minute of added time through Harmon.
The game against FK Usti was Harmon’s fourth game for Znojmo. The defeat leaves Znojmo 13th on a 16-team table with 24 points from 23 games.
Featured photo courtesy of FK Metta