Jake Goodman strikes at the death for Bromley

Posted Wednesday, January 02, 2019 by PA

Jake Goodman strikes at the death for Bromley

Substitute Jake Goodman scored a dramatic late winner with his first touch as Bromley beat play-off hopefuls Sutton 2-1 in their Vanarama National League clash at Hayes Lane.

The U’s, who defeated Bromley 1-0 at home on Boxing Day, went ahead after 11 minutes through midfielder Kenny Davies.

Bromley, though, were level in the 34th minute when on-loan Grimsby forward JJ Hooper scored from close range following a corner.

During the second half, both teams had efforts cleared off the line, and Sutton substitute Tom Bolarinwa fired a late chance over.

In the 89th minute, Goodman, moments after coming on, headed in from a corner to grab all three points for the Ravens.


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