Kelly goal sinks Forest Green

A top-class strike from Bristol City's Liam Kelly was enough to beat Forest Green 1-0 at The New Lawn.

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The Robins fans who made the short trip were celebrating after just 10 minutes when Kelly's curling 20-yard effort flew in via the far post.

And Kelly could have grabbed a second but fired over the bar after a smart lay-off from Sam Baldock before the break.

Trialist Marlon Harewood's powerful drive was only kept out by a fine block by Dale Bennett and, at the other end, City were let off when Ben Wright and then Yan Klukowski both rattled the woodwork.

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