U’S PILE MORE PAIN ON CRI­SIS-

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Matthew Good­ing

“Af­ter that the last two goals we con­ceded were very bad from our point of view – caught on the break and it makes the score line look hor­ri­ble and ev­ery­one an­gry.

“My­self and the play­ers are an­gry.We’re dev­as­tated with the re­sult in the end, but it’s the first time I can say that we haven’t done our­selves jus­tice.

“I can’t dress it up as any­thing other than a bad day at the of­fice but when you look at it we haven’t had many of those this sea­son.” RICHARD Money was im­pressed with Cam­bridge United’s make-shift defence as his side picked up a cru­cial win against strug­gling Northamp­ton.

Goals from Harrison Dunk and Barry Corr won it for the U’s, with Marc Richards notch­ing for the vis­i­tors who also had Law­son D’Ath sent off.

The U’s, who had won just once in their pre­vi­ous nine games, were with­out a host of first-choice de­fend­ers due to in­jury and sus­pen­sion, and Money said:“We were a lit­tle bit un­der-strength in defence so to come through against a team that scores goals for fun I think we’ve done ex­tremely well. It got a bit jit­tery at the end but I think the win will do ev­ery­body the world of good and we can gain a bit more con­sis­tency and grow.”

Dunk gave Cam­bridge the lead in the 38th minute, cut­ting in from the right flank and fir­ing a low shot past Adam Smith.

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