Forster late show denies Exeter

Date published: Monday 24th August 2015 1:31

Forster late show denies Exeter

It was a confidence booster for the Bees ahead of Monday night’s JPT southern final clash between the two sides.
Forster’s 94th minute equaliser came when he hammered home after a goalmouth melee to earn the Londoners a deserved point after John O’Flynn had given the Grecians a second minute lead.
He capitalised on a slip by Brentford left-back Craig Woodman to run on and fire an angled drive into the bottom corner.
The first half was all Exeter. Liam Sercombe fired over the angle and Troy Archibald-Henville headed wide when unmarked.
It was a different story after the break, Marcus Bean finding the side netting for the home side as they laid siege to the visitors’ goal. When MacDonald side-footed wide from close range late on it looked like a goal would never come – until Forster’s late, late strike.

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