Crawley Town 0-0 Wycombe- Match Report

Last updated : 29 August 2015
Matt Ingram earns Wycombe a point against CrawleyWycombe keeper Matt Ingram produced a vital late save to maintain his side`s unbeaten league record in a 0-0 draw at Crawley.Ingram denied striker Roarie Deacon in a one-on-one situation with two minutes remaining of the clubs first-ever league meeting.Wycombe should have taken the lead after only 10 minutes when a cross by Garry Thompson set midfielder Sam Wood up inside the six-yard box, but he sliced his shot wide of the post.Ingram later saved a left-foot shot from Lewis Young before Crawley`s Welsh winger Ewion Edwards put a left-foot cross-shot wide.Crawley keeper Freddie Woodman, on loan from Newcastle, kept his side on terms by parrying a goal-bound drive from Thompson before reacting quickly to smother a follow-up attempt by Aaron Amadi-Holloway.Woodman was in action again shortly after the break, this time blocking a low left-footed effort by Amadi-Holloway with his legs.Young was wasteful for Crawley just after the hour mark when he put the ball over following a pass by Deacon.Young, set up by Edwards, threatened again late on but his low shot was taken by Ingram

Source : PA

Source: PA

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