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Match Report | Barnet 1-0 Plymouth Parkway

Barnet progressed into the fourth round of the Isuzu FA Trophy after a last-minute winner from substitute Daniel Powell against Plymouth Parkway.

 

There were few chances in the first half of the game with both teams struggling to get efforts on target.

 

The first chance on target came after 15 minutes when Plymouth Parkway had a free-kick on the edge of the box which Laurie Walker dealt with effortlessly.

 

The Bees were on the attack next as Sam Beard crossed the ball onto the head of Harry Pritchard who couldn’t keep his shot down.

 

Pritchard had another shot at goal 4 minutes later which went straight into the arms of Parkes in the Plymouth goal.

 

The best chance of the half came after 39 minutes when Nicke Kabamba was denied at pointblank range from Plymouth keeper, Adam Parkes.

 

HT: Barnet 0-0 Plymouth Parkway

 

Kabamba had a chance early in the second half to give The Bees the lead. Cross was put into the box but Kabamba couldn’t get his headed effort of target.

 

Kabamba should have put The Bees ahead on 67th minute. The forward was one-on-one with Parkes but over hit his shot with too much power which went over the bar. Beard was then denied on the line with his header.

 

The Bees eventually got the ball in the back of the net through Danny Collinge only for it to be disallowed by the ref.

 

When the game looked like it was going to penalties, Daniel Powell stepped up and curled the ball into the bottom right corner of the Plymouth goal to secure a last-minute win for The Bees.

 

Barnet will now travel to Solihull Moors in the fourth round of the Isuzu FA Trophy on Saturday 14th January.

 

Barnet XI: Walker, Annesley (Hall 60’), Collinge, Armstrong, Okimo, Kabamba, Pritchard, Wynter, Beard (Woods 90’), Shields (Powell 76’), De Havilland.

Unused subs: Fedorov-Uzuagu, Smith, Diarra

Attendance: 336

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