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Late 'Crusaders' strike knocks 'Centurions' out of The Emirates FA Cup

The Emirates FA Cup

Third Qualifying Round 

Hungerford Town 3 - 2  Cirencester Town

The Third Qualifying Round of The Emirates FA Cup took Cirencester to National League – South side HUNGERFORD TOWN and after an exciting cup-tie - with 5 goals, a Penalty Kick and a Red Card - it required a late strike to secure victory for the hosts after ‘The Centurions’ had pulled-back a two-goal deficit.  

 

Playing down the slope, but into the continuous rain, Cirencester had the better of the first half but it remained goal-less until 3 minutes after the interval when KEITH EMERSON tucked the ball inside the back post following a corner kick.

Shortly after the mid-point Hungerford doubled their lead when a Cirencester Penalty Kick was saved leading to a swift counter-attack and a goal for RYAN SEAGER as he bundled a low cross over the line.

With nothing to lose Cirencester pressed forward and a corner kick led to an initial save but ELLIS DUNTON was on hand to volley the ball into the net from a few yards to start a recovery that brought an equaliser two minutes later as BEN WHITEHEAD headed home from close range.

With 7 minutes of ‘normal time’ remaining Hungerford were reduced to ten men as the game became tense, prompting another surge from Cirencester, and in ‘added-time’ another counter from Hungerford led to a low cross and smart finish from RYAN SEAGER at the near post to secure victory for The Crusaders.

 

 Click here to view Dave Pyzer's match report.

 


This entry was posted on 02 October 2021 at 22:36 and is filed under First Team | Miscellaneous. You can leave a response here.

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