An 85th minute goal from Majed Osman was enough to see Corinthian-Casuals end Carshalton Athletic's 13 match unbeaten run, and take a giant step towards Bostik Premier safety - writes Joshua Doherty.

The match looked as if it would finish goalless before AFC Wimbledon starlet Jack Rudoni weaved past two defenders to lay off Osman, who tapped into an empty net on 85 minutes for his side's first win since January.

The first-half passed without any major talking points but substitute Jacob Mendy could have given the visitor's the lead had he not slipped when played through one minute after the break.

However, the first real talking point of the match came in the 56th minute, when Harry Ottaway broke through for Carshalton and appeared to be brought down by Coskum Ekim in the box, only for the referee to book him for simulation.

The win sees the Casuals move eight points clear of the bottom three level on points with tenants Kingstonian, while the visitors- who came into the match on the back of five straight victories- remain 6th, two points outside the play-off places.

James Bracken, Corinthian-Casuals manager, was full of praise for his side, and said Osman's goal was worthy of winning any game of football.

“This was a massive win for us. There was a lot of good football played today.

“Considering the run we have been on, to still get out there and show discipline and bravery as we did today was fantastic.

“Maj scored a great goal, worthy of winning any game of football and it rounded off the best move by far.”

Corinthian-Casuals travel to bottom-placed side Burgess Hill Town on Saturday.