Crawley Town 0-3 Accrington Stanley- Match Report

Last updated : 26 September 2015
Accrington ease past Crawley to extend unbeaten runIn-form Accrington extended their unbeaten run to seven games, with goals from Josh Windass, Matty Crooks and Billy Kee giving them a comfortable 3-0 win at struggling Crawley.Crawley`s fourth successive defeat leaves them without a home win in five attempts so far this season.Defender Jon Ashton shot weakly when well-placed for Crawley early on before goalkeeper Freddie Woodman came to the hosts' rescue by parrying a goal-bound shot from Billy Kee.Woodman dived to hold a low drive from Piero Mingoia before Stanley skipper Dean Winnard was forced off through injury, to be replaced in defence by Liam Wakefield.Crawley also had to make a change when Ashton, hurt in a challenge with Kee, gave way to Lewis Young.Fit-again striker Matt Harrold, leading the Crawley attack with Rhys Murphy who was called up for his home debut, was off-target shortly before the interval following a Young throw in.However, Stanley scored twice in quick succession to take charge before the break, with Windass putting them in front with a 44th-minute penalty.Windass was brought down by Luke Rooney, who received a straight red card for the challenge, and then defender Crooks seized on a pass by Kee to double the advantage with a tremendous shot from 25 yards.Windass was denied by Woodman in a one-on-one situation shortly after the interval and later had a close range shot held by the Crawley keeper.Kee sealed Accrington's convincing victory two minutes from time with a close-range finish

Source : PA

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