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IN REVIEW: CAMBRIDGE UNITED 0-2 IRON

10 November 2016

We take a look at all the essentials from our third win out of three in the Checkatrade Trophy, against League Two Cambridge United.


The Iron topped Group G with a 100% record following a 2-0 victory over Cambridge United at the Cambs Glass Abbey Stadium.

Luke Williams netted the opener in the first half as he played his way through the U's defence before firing over Luke Norris before Hakeeb Adelakun sealed the victory just into stoppage time with his low drive on the half-volley.

As a result, Scunthorpe pick up a home tie in the last-16 of the Northern section of the competition.

To view a full match report from the game, click here.



Relive our minute-by-minute coverage of the game either on our Twitter page or via our Website Feed, embedded into the website.



To view extended highlights of the game on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.

GOPRO HIGHLIGHTS

To view the Iron's goal from our GoPro camera located behind the goal, click here.



Following the game, Graham Alexander praised his side for endeavours as the Iron topped the group with maximum points.



To view the Iron boss' full interview on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.

Following the game, the club media team interviewed goalkeeper Joe Anyon, who made three outstanding saves during the encounter to preserve his and the team's clean sheet.



To view Joe Anyon's full interview on The Iron PlayerHD, click here.



Right-back Jordan Clarke also spoke following the game after he returned to the side after recovering from injury.

To view Jordan Clarke's thoughts following the encounter, click here.



You can view a full gallery of the game, presented by photographers Damon Campion by clicking here.


GOAL ON HIS RETURN: Luke Williams fires home his first goal of the season in his first start since August.

ROUND-UP

Northern Group A delivered in spectacular style, with Blackpool’s penalty shoot-out win over Everton U21 sealing their place in Round Two. Cheltenham and Bolton seemed set for the same fate, but Amari Morgan-Smith’s late goal sent the Robins through. 

Wolves U21 and Chesterfield eased through in Group B, Mansfield secured a thrilling 3-2 win over Derby U21 to book their place in Round Two, while Scunthorpe and Walsall advanced in the Northern Section with perfect records. 

In the Southern Section, Swansea U21 beat Plymouth in the battle to join AFC Wimbledon in the second round, Oxford equalised in the last minute against Chelsea to take them through, and Norwich and Millwall made it three wins from three with routine victories. 

It was goals galore on Wednesday night with the ball hitting the back of the net 35 times across eight fixtures. 

Carlisle, Sheffield United, Coventry and Southampton U21 all notched four goals in victories, while Morecambe scored three to beat Bradford 3-2. 

Rochdale and Sunderland U21 were 2-1 winners, and Yeovil were 2-0 victors against Reading's youngsters. 

COMING UP

Saturday - Sky Bet League One
Swindon Town v Charlton Athletic (12noon)
Bradford City v Rochdale
Bury v Southend United
Coventry City v Scunthorpe United
Gillingham v Northampton Town
Millwall v Bristol Rovers
Milton Keynes Dons v Walsall
Oldham Athletic v AFC Wimbledon 
Port Vale v Fleetwood Town
Shrewsbury Town v Oxford United

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