Bromley midfielder Adam Mekki had an eventful fiftieth appearance for the club against Salford on Saturday.

In the opening 10minutes Mekki was industrious and covered the park in an attempt to get Bromley on the ball.

He showed hunger to get the ball forward and came close early on with an effort from outside the box after being teed up by Lebanese striker Omar Bugiel, but fired over the bar.

Mekki's sensational footwork was on show as he made his way in to the Salford box but his shot was cleared.

For the remainder of the first half, Mekki displayed a fine range of passing which created a number of half chances for Bromley but none were taken. This was the story of the half.

Mekki’s second half was cut short after being shown a red card for what seemed to be a genuine and successful tackle on Nathan Ponds.

The referee’s decision is, as always, final and the game was robbed of possibly Bromley’s star player from the first half.

Many surrounding home fans felt aggrieved by the referee’s decision and thought Ponds reaction to the tackle was over the top and with the intention of getting Mekki sent off.

Mekki put in a good first half display but having been shown a straight red card, we may not get the chance to see this undoubtedly talented individual in Bromley colours for a couple of weeks.