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Johnson: First half strike not enough

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Jermaine Johnson gave the home side a first-half lead but goals after the break from from Daniel Nardiello and Troy Archibald-Henville gave City victory.

Johnson struck in the 13th minute, beating a couple of players before firing into the top right-hand corner from the edge of the area.

Neil Mellor then had an effort cleared off the line before Wednesday had a let-off when Jon Otsemobor nearly headed into his own net.

Exeter went close to equalising early in the second-half when Nardiello's shot was deflected onto a post. Nardiello did find the net in the 76th minute with a low, angled shot from the right after receiving the ball from James Dunne.

Archibald-Henville scored with a fine solo effort a minute from time, collecting the ball from Darren Potter's stray pass in his own half before striding purposefully into Wednesday's area and slotting past Nicky Weaver.

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