TEENAGER King Baidoo netted twice as Westfields proved a point against Shrivenham with a 2-0 victory.

The 19-year-old, Hartpury College student from Ghana, scored in each half as Phil Glovers side maintained their relentless pressure in the Hellenic Premier.

Glover said that comments before the game made by Shrivenham manager Gareth Davies spurred on his side.

"Their gaffer did our team talk for us by saying that they were coming to win and to take our record off us," said Glover.

"So it was an easy team talk for me. I thought we controlled the game and really dominated.

"They had one chance which Steve (Sarkodie) made an outstanding save.

"On another day we could have scored a lot more really. They (Shrivenham) were hard working but we didn't feel threatened."

A lively performance by Baidoo saw him go close inside the opening stages when a near-post header flashed wide of the upright with the Shrivenham keeper beaten.

In the 35th minute did take the lead when Baidoo headed a right-wing cross into the net.

Shrivenham were dangerous on the break and twice goalkeeper Steve Sarkodie did well to keep the visitors’ attack at bay.

However, after the break Glover's side increased their lead with Baidoo darting in between the Shrivenham defence to head home powerfully at the far post.

Baidoo almost completed his hat-trick when he burst through on goal, but was this time denied by the legs of the visiting keeper.

"King (Baidoo) was really sharp, as were all the other forwards," Glover added.

"We are fortunate to have him and Steve (Sarkodie) as their international clearance came through.

"It's about keeping people fresh for us and we're very fortunate to have a lot of attacking players that are very good.

"We can use them as and where we see fit and in training everybody is chomping at the bit to get that shirt.

"Out of our front six or seven the variation we have got in that is really positive.

"If we need to change something or want to do something different from the start then we have got options."