Loza in­spires Cards to great come­back


The Non-League Football Paper - - NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH - By Wil Hul­bert

WOK­ING came back from two down to gain a point with a goal in stop­page time.

The Cards had the bet­ter of the open­ing half as they forced a se­ries of set-pieces but the clos­est they came in the first 45 min­utes was when on-loan Not­ting­ham For­est mid­fielder Toby Edser was off tar­get.

Town took the lead eight min­utes be­fore the break when Jack Comp­ton cut in from the right and Craig Ross could only push out his drive to Kar­nell Cham­bers, who tapped home.

The Blue­birds dou­bled their lead eight min­utes af­ter the break as the Cards’ de­fence failed to deal with a long throw and good work from Will Richards saw the ball end up at Cham­bers’s feet and he drilled a low shot into the cor­ner.

Wok­ing clawed one back when Nuno Fe­lix fouled Edser and Ja­mar Loza con­verted the kick. Nat Jarvis could have made the game safe for Town but the ball was cleared.

Edser and Max Kret­zschmar wasted chances be­fore the sec­ond minute of stop­page time saw a de­fender put into his own goal. Cal­lum Gun­ner was then sent off for Chip­pen­ham for a sec­ond book­ing.

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