Shrewsbury 5-0 Bury- Match Report

Last updated : 21 October 2014
Shrewsbury 5-0 Bury: Match Report - view commentary, squad, and statistics of the game as it happened.Akpa Akpro stuns ShakersJean-Louis Akpa Akpro grabbed a hat-trick as Shrewsbury maintained their blistering home form by impressively beating high-flying Bury 5-0.Shrewsbury were totally dominant and would not look back once Akpa Akpro was picked out by Connor Goldson's searching pass to fire a low shot to the far corner of the net as early as the third minute.Only a flying save from goalkeeper Rob Lainton from Goldson's header denied Shrewsbury a second shortly afterwards.But it was merely delaying the inevitable as skipper Goldson powered in a header from Bobby Grant's near-post corner to double the advantage in the 20th minute.Shrewsbury continued to surge forward and increased their lead to 3-0 in the 35th minute when a fine cross from James Collins from the right was headed in at the far post from close range by an unmarked Akpa Akpro.Frenchman Akpa Akpro, who failed to score during a loan spell at Bury last season, completed his hat-trick six minutes into the second half when he swept in a pass from James Wesolowski.Bury hardly threatened on a night they will want to quickly forget and conceded a fifth in the 73rd minute when substitute Jordan Clark cleverly flicked in a cross from Ryan Woods.Shrewsbury have now won their last three league games to climb to fifth in the table

Source : PA

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