Dobra Nets Late as U23s Win in Cardiff to Extend Lead at Top of Table
Monday, 14th Jan 2019 14:14
Armando Dobra netted in injury time as a young Town U23s side beat Cardiff City 1-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium to extend their lead at the top of the Professional Development League Two South table to eight points.
Sub Dobra brought the ball forward from deep before hitting a low shot from the edge of the box which squirmed under ex-Town keeper Brian Murphy between the Bluebirds’ posts in the third minute of time added on of a closely-fought encounter.
U23s: Wright, Cotter (Crowe 77), Clements, Marshall, Ndaba, McGavin, Nydam (Dobra 81), McLoughlin, Drinan, Folami (El Mizouni 58), Morris. Unused: Egan, K Brown.
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