Davis joy as Crewe get back on track

OLD­HAM ............1 CREWE ..............2

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE ONE - By Matthew Hay­ton

turn some­how side-footed wide from five yards out to his hor­ror and that of his team-mates.

Crewe broke the dead­lock on 61 min­utes when Pogba saw his shot from 20 yards take a wicked de­flec­tion off Reece Wabara and loop past the div­ing Dean Bouza­nis.

Old­ham forced an equaliser on 82 min­utes when sub­sti­tute Tay­lor took ad­van­tage of an El­lis slip and slot­ted the ball past Steve Phillips from 12 yards.

The win­ner ar­rived two min­utes later as By­ron Moore broke down the left and crossed to the far post for El­lis to head the win­ner, leav­ing Lat­ics boss Paul Dickov hop­ing for an up­turn in for­tunes.

“It was the same old story,” he said. “We played ever so well, cre­ated chances but came away with noth­ing. It was an­other sick­ener.

“We worked ever so hard to get back into the game and played some de­cent stuff.

“We had 65 per cent pos­ses­sion and had 19 shots at goal.

“It’s really dis­ap­point­ing. Crewe are a good foot­balling team though and we played well.

“We’ve got to stay pos­i­tive and we’ll soon get re­sults.We have to roll our sleeves up and we’ll keep try­ing to win games.”

STAR TURN: Crewe’s Luke Murphy

LUKE MURPHY

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