Windsor return to winning form in the Combined Counties Premier Division with a comfortable 6-0 victory over Badshot Lea at Stag Meadow on Saturday.

The home side were in cruise control at the half-time interval thanks to two wonder strikes and more than one slice of good fortune.

In truth, Windsor were poor in the first 25 minutes and fortunate not to be behind inside three after Reece Connolly headed against the post and Kurt Greenaway strike the upright.

But, you have to take your chances in this game and Robert Lazarczuk did to open the scoring on 10 minutes.

Barry Dunbar crossed the ball low from the left and Windsor's number 10 could not miss from inside six-yards.

The next two strikes will be contenders for Goal of the Season. The first from right-back Emmanoyil Goganos after 29 minutes.

VIDEO: Emmanoyil Goganos gives Windsor a second goal with a 30-yard wonder-strike on Saturday. Video by Samuel Franklin.

Goganos had nothing but space in front of him when picking up a loose ball so travelled forward and unleashed a 30-yard drive into the net, leaving keeper Lee Allen no chance.

The Badshot stopper was merely a spectator again when Lazarczuk doubled his own tally for the match in the 37th minute.

He was afforded too much time and space so picked his spot and shot past Allen into the top right-hand corner from 25-yards.

Then came more good fortune for Windsor as Nadir Shafi crossed, the ball hitting Craig Wright on the back, wrong-footing Allen and trickling into the net.

Into the second-half and 'super' Barry made it five with the most simple of goals after 53 minutes.

He and Shafi did well to steal the ball inside the box and, after Shafi hit the post with the goal gapping, the forward tapped in from a yard out.

Badshot were ready to give in and go home when the sixth and final goal went in on 65 minutes, a Josh Pound own goal.

There seemed no danger when Denzel Bonilla-Hurtado was alone in the box, but the visitors' defence were all at sea and Pound did not adjust his feet in time so turned a low cross into his own net.

A very comfortable win for Windsor who next welcome Horley Town to Stag Meadow in the Premier Challenge Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday January 24 (7.45pm).

Listen to our interview with Windsor boss Mick Woodham here and read more inside the Observer this Friday.