‘We made a few changes but the flow and rhythm of the game didn’t change’
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
On-loan Newcastle youngster Dan Barlaser scored a memorable goal for Stanley