Good Win For City U23's

COVENTRY CITY U23'S 3-0 CARDIFF CITY U23'S
 
City; Addai, Green, Ford, Williams, McCallum, Eccles, Westbrooke, Stedman, Walters (Boesma 86), Ngandu (Burroughs 74), Bremang. Subs: Bilson, Hunt, Endall 
 
Cardiff City: Burwood, Coxe (Pryce 60), Martin, Connolly, McKay (Humphreys 72), Brown (Duffus 46),  Wooton, Veale, Meite, Tomlin, Pilkington. Subs:  Hall, Bodenham,  
 
Coventry City U23's worked hard and beat Cardiff City 3-0 this afternoon.
 
Jason Farndon gave a first start to David Bremang on a windy afternoon at AHC.
 
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The Sky Blues against the dark Blues had the better of the early chances with Walters, Bremang and Westbrooke all working Burwood in the Cardiff goal.
 
Cardiff replied with two corners and Addai got down to a Lee Tomlin shot which led to a 14th minute corner that Addai reacted superbly well to block an Anthony Pilkington shot from inside of the area.
 
In the 24th minute, Lee Tomlin was booked for a foul and then was shown a red card for what looked like dissent.
 
City took the lead in the 38th minute when Dexter Walters created space and turned to get the ball on his right foot and curl it superbly into the net.
 
A good move saw Ngandu get in a 52nd minute shot which Burwood had to deal with before saving from Bremang.
 
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Addai made another good save from Paul McKay, who was enjoying some good natured banter with some of the City support.
 
Three corners in quck succession were fashioned by City before Laurence Whitton missed in the 68th minute.
 
It proved costly as City went up the other end and Billy Stedman rounded the keeper to make it 2-0 for City who had McCallum, Ford, Eccles,Walters and Bremang, all joining in Addai and Stedman in putting in a good performance.
 
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Green flashed a shot over after a great move involving Westbrooke and Bremang.
 
In the final seconds of the game, Jack Burroughs ran in and smashed the ball home for a 3-0 win. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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