United mastered the gale force wind better than their opponents and despite the elements, managed to play some great football. United’s first goal came from Liam Morley’s excellent right foot, a well struck inswinging corner found the roof of the net. Zak Hallett put United further ahead a few minutes later, he found some space in the box and hit his shot just wide of the keeper. United kept Chasetown camped in their own half, Elliot Crook was next to profit from the constant pressure, he picked up the ball from the edge of the box and hit a great drive beyond the Chasetown keeper to hit United’s third. United profited again from a well struck Morley corner, after taking a slight deflection, Hallett pounced on the loose ball to hit United’s fourth. The second half United perhaps played their best football of the game, Tom Peacock went close to scoring, then a great ball in from Callum Holliday found man of the match Sam Foreman free in the box, who calmly headed the ball into the corner of the net for Wyrley’s fifth. United continued to press, Kieran Hall went close and United had a goal disallowed for offside. Chasetown did manage a couple of breaks during this half and their persistence paid off when a corner was headed on for the Chasetown forward to hit a consolation, to deny United a clean sheet.

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