‘We made a few changes but the flow and rhythm of the game didn’t change’

Accrington Observer - - MOTORS -

when they equalised just be­fore the hour mark.

Peter Vin­centi got the goal, with the sub­sti­tute get­ting on the end of a free kick from Michael Rose and head­ing home to level things up and make it 1-1.

It wasn’t all square for long, as Stan­ley were able to re-take the lead just five min­utes later.

Just like the pre­vi­ous two goals, this one was also a header, as Bar­laser’s free kick was met by Zan­zala and turned into the back of the net from around 10 yards out to make it 2-1.

It was all Ac­cring­ton from that point on­wards, and they put the match be­yond doubt with 10 min­utes to go when Zan­zala scored again.

Cole­man’s side put the fin­ish­ing touches on their win in stop­page time, with Bar­laser round­ing off a fan­tas­tic team move when he fired home from in­side the penalty area to make the fi­nal score 4-1.

Zan­zala ad­mit­ted he is

Lewis Arnold

On-loan New­cas­tle young­ster Dan Bar­laser scored a mem­o­rable goal for Stan­ley

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