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LOAN WATCH | Bakayoko Scores as Worcester City Hit Five

10:14 pm Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Walsall currently have three players out on loan as Levi Rowley is with local side Stafford Rangers, whilst Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy are both enjoying extended spells with Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.
Walsall currently have three players out on loan as Levi Rowley is with local side Stafford Rangers, whilst Amadou Bakayoko and Jordan Murphy are both enjoying extended spells with Vanarama National League North side Worcester City.

Levi Rowley's Stafford Rangers' were not in action on the evening, however Worcester City were looking to add to the point they took against Nuneaton Town on Saturday afternoon as they faced off against Stalybridge Celtic at Aggborough.

Both Jordan Murphy and Amadou Bakayoko were named among the starting XI with Bakayoko looking to add to the goal he scored at the weekend.

Worcester ran out comfortable winners on the evening. They opened the scoring after twenty-minutes via an own goal as Daniel Nti sent the ball back into the area following a poor clearance, and Celtic defender Peter Wylie could only slot the ball past goalkeeper Tony McMillan to give his side an uphill task.

McMillan's night got no easier as Worcester doubled their lead soon after, as the ever-present Daniel Nti slipped the ball home. The hosts would further extend their lead before the break, as Nti beat his marker and slotted home, a dreadful opening forty-five for Celtic.

Saddlers striker Bakayoko added to his side's lead just ten minutes into the second half as he headed home following nice wide play from Sam Minihan and Daniel Nti.

The Worcester rout was completed just moments later as a spot of defensive miscommunication led to another own goal, this time by defender Jack Higgins, Minihan with the initial cross which caused some confusion in the box.

In the end a good result for Worcester and more valuable experience for the Saddlers' duo as they continue to push for a place in Sean O'Driscoll's starting XI.


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