Wed. Nov 30th, 2022

Ashley Nadesan made it 5 objectives in his final 5 league video games as Crawley accomplished a hat-trick of house league wins for the primary time since mid-April with a 1-0 victory over Barrow.

Barrow’s hopes of a fourth successive league win have been dashed in West Sussex, with Crawley sustaining their unbeaten league file beneath interim boss Lewis Younger.

Younger has made no secret of his need to land the job on a everlasting foundation, and he went into the conflict urging his males to provide “an entire efficiency” and construct on “some unbelievable outcomes”.

For the primary time because the opening day, the Reds performed three strikers and former Carlisle ahead Nadesan struck after solely six minutes to place his facet forward.

A goal-kick by Ellery Balcombe was stored in play by Nick Tsaroulla, he performed in Dom Telford and his low cross was transformed on the far submit by Nadesan for his sixth of the season.

Keeper Balcombe, on mortgage from Brentford, denied Barrow an equaliser by turning over Tom White’s goal-bound 25-yard shot simply earlier than the half-hour mark.

A slip by Crawley captain George Francomb gave Josh Kay a sight of aim however he shot over from the sting of the world.

The Reds started the second half on the entrance foot and Tsaroulla had a shot parried by keeper Paul Farman after a superb run earlier than Telford narrowly missed his cross on the far submit.

Barrow had an attraction for handball waved away earlier than Billy Waters, who had scored in every of his earlier three league video games, had a low shot saved by Balcombe.

The Bluebirds pushed keeper Farman upfield in a determined try to drive a stoppage-time equaliser, however Crawley held on for a hard-earned victory.

Match report equipped by PA Media.



Formation 4-3-3





37Balcombe4Francomb15Francillette6LynchBooked at 46mins25Tsaroulla8Powell39HessenthalerBooked at 90mins28Jenks19TelfordSubstituted forFellowsat 61’minutes9Nichols10NadesanSubstituted forOtehat 79’minutesSubstitutes12Ransom23Johnson24Oteh38Fellows41Robson50ChukwuemekaBarrow

Formation 4-4-2





1Farman21Warren25RayBooked at 59mins6Canavan20KenlockSubstituted forBroughat 60’minutes34WhitfieldSubstituted forBennettat 70’minutes14NealSubstituted forNwabuokeiat 83’minutes13WhiteBooked at 90mins11Kay9Waters10GordonSubstituted forMoyoat 60’minutesSubstitutes3Brough8Nwabuokei12Lillis17Smales-Braithwaite23Moyo26Bennett

Referee:Carl Brook


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Match ends, Crawley City 1, Barrow 0.

Second Half ends, Crawley City 1, Barrow 0.

Try blocked. Solomon Nwabuokei (Barrow) proper footed shot from exterior the field is blocked.

Jake Hessenthaler (Crawley City) is proven the yellow card.

Offside, Crawley City. Tom Fellows tries a via ball, however Jake Hessenthaler is caught offside.

Nook, Barrow. Conceded by Aramide Oteh.

Try blocked. Josh Kay (Barrow) proper footed shot from the best facet of the field is blocked.

Try blocked. Paul Farman (Barrow) proper footed shot from the centre of the field is blocked. Assisted by Tyrell Warren.

Nook, Barrow. Conceded by Ludwig Francillette.

Try saved. Niall Canavan (Barrow) header from the centre of the field is saved within the high left nook. Assisted by Josh Kay with a cross.

Josh Kay (Barrow) wins a free kick within the defensive half.

Foul by Nicholas Tsaroulla (Crawley City).

Hand ball by Jack Powell (Crawley City).

Tom White (Barrow) is proven the yellow card.

Foul by Solomon Nwabuokei (Barrow).

Jake Hessenthaler (Crawley City) wins a free kick on the best wing.

Try missed. Tom Nichols (Crawley City) proper footed shot from the left facet of the field is shut, however misses to the left. Assisted by Nicholas Tsaroulla.

Niall Canavan (Barrow) wins a free kick within the defensive half.

Foul by Tom Nichols (Crawley City).

Substitution, Barrow. Solomon Nwabuokei replaces Harrison Neal.

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