SINGH Sabha completed a remarkable second-half comeback to recover from falling two goals behind and beat Slough Heating Laurencians Reserves 3-2 in the East Berkshire League Premier Division on Saturday.

A last minute winner from Andrei Tonca saw Sabha secure all three points and move to the top of the league table.

The home team went into the match following a poor result the previous weekend and they started poorly again as Slough made an early breakthrough when Ben Baker headed home from close range.

Slough Heating doubled their advantage as Singh Sabha failed to stop a cross into the box from Jack Poole and Mark Walker headed the ball into the net.

Sabha got the breakthrough they needed in the second half when man-of-the-match Pritpal Raju picked up a pass from Harinder Hunjan and fired home a 25-yard strike.

The hosts levelled the scores as substitute Jameel Ahmed was brought down inside the box and the match referee had no choice but to point to the spot. The in-form Raju stepped up and send the keeper the wrong way with the resulting spot-kick.

Singh Sabha thought they had taken the lead when Hunjan broke clear before scoring, but the effort was ruled out for offside.

Sabha did however bag a dramatic late winner moments later as the returning Mubarak Bashir broke clear on the left wing before beating two men and whipping in a dangerous cross that found the outstretched foot of Tonca, who slotted home from close range.

Singh Sabha travel to in-form Old Windsor this Saturday (3pm).

Singh Sabha Sunday make progress in the Berks & Bucks Intermediate Cup after a 2-0 home win against league rivals Langley Lions.

Sabha went into the tie with more passion and hunger following a heavy defeat to Langley the previous weekend.

The Lions had the chance to take the lead in the second half when Slough defender Stone Muzinga was adjudged to have brought down a striker. Sabha keeper Andrei Tonca again showed his worth to make a superb save from the resulting spot-kick.

The hosts were rewarded for their hard work as the impressive Bashir put in a delightful cross and Raju was on hand to head home at the back post.

Singh Sabha doubled their advantage when the same two players combined - Bashir crossing for Raju to score from close range.