Aldershot extended their unbeaten National League run to nine with a comfortable 4-0 win over Bromley.
They followed up last weekend’s 2-0 victory over Wrexham with a dominant performance at the EBB Stadium.
Goals from Nick Arnold and Shamir Fenelon in the first half were added to by Jake Gallagher and Matt McClure in the second.
The opening half hour was a tight affair, with both teams creating little in the form of clear cut chances.
Bromley had arguably the best one though following a Will Evans slip, but striker Brandon Hanlan was unable to capitalise.
The first goal of the match came in the 37th minute following a spell of Aldershot pressure.
Arnold, who returned from a three month absence last week, picked the ball up down the left hand side before sending in a cross that beat everyone and nestled in the top corner.
The Shots grabbed a deserved second on the stroke of half-time when the ball was played into a completely unmarked Shamir Fenelon who kept his cool to slot past debutant Bromley goalkeeper Billy Granger.
The second half started much as the first had finished, with the home side pressing hard.
Their efforts were once again rewarded as Fenelon turned from goalscorer to creator as his cross found the head of Jake Gallagher who nodded home.
The tie was put beyond any reasonable doubt when McClure picked up the ball 25 yards out before hammering the ball into the corner.
Bromley struggled to make an impact during the second half, and goalkeeper Jake Cole was rarely troubled.
Aldershot have now kept 15 clean sheets this season, an impressive feat considering they managed just 14 during the whole of last season.