REAL Milan have suffered their biggest defeat in over three years after losing 8-1 away at Langley Galaxy in Division One of the Thames Valley Sunday League.

A depleted Milan side were completely out-played by a rampant Langley team who were recording a first-ever victory over their rivals in ruthless fashion.

The visitors made 10 changes to the side that won on penalties in the cup the week before which included first starts in over a year for George Torpey and keeper Jamal Richmond.

Real Milan defended well for the first half-hour but once Langley opened the scoring with a stunning free-kick the game was only going one way.

Galaxy doubled their advantage on the counter-attack and got a third goal just before the break.

Milan kept on probing in the second-half but as they attacked gaps were created at the back and it was not long before the home side scored again.

Langley made it five with another counter-attacking goal.

The visitors did pull a goal back when Reece Warwick headed in a Torpey corner, but it was to no avail as more lapses in defence cost them late on.

Galaxy scored three more goals to round-off a brilliant win and blow open the race for the title this season.

Singh Sabha continue to make progress in the Ken Gomm Challenge Cup after coming from behind to win 4-2 at AFC Phoenix in round two on Sunday.

Sabha started poorly as Phoenix took the lead, but they came out much better for the start to the second-half and equalised when Mubarak Bashir scored with a deflected effort.

The visitors took the lead through Pritpal Raju and extended their advantage via Jovan Bains, plus a further goal from Juzzy Garcha.

Phoenix pulled a goal back late on but it was not enough and Singh Sabha held on for the win to progress.

Maidenhead Nomads Reserves slumped to a miserable 6-1 defeat in the league at Pinkneys Green. The Nomads consoled only by a Sam Mckinless strike.

Slough United Reserves started their Mary Wells Memorial Cup tie at Maidenhead Nomads 3s with just nine men and lost the round of 16 tie 11-3.

Jack Campbell and AJ Prabha both scored hat-tricks in the win, while Sam Campbell netted twice. There were further individual goals from Adam Jones, Sam Wallis and James Haguely.

Slough managed to score three goals in spite of playing with just nine men. One a howler from the Nomads keeper, an indirect free-kick from a yard out and spectacularly-placed free-kick from 25-yards.