Match Report: Leyton Orient
Saturday 14th September 2013
Leyton Orient v Port Vale
Jake Larkins, Shaun Batt, Yohann Lasimant, Johnny Gorman, Marvin Bartley, Harry Lee, Jayden Stockley SUBS: Jamie Jones, Elliott Omozusi, Romain Vincelot, Scott Cuthbert, Mathieu Baudry, Dean Cox, Lloyd James, Kevin Lisbie, David Mooney, Moses Odubajo, Nathan Clarke. LEYTON ORIENT:
4,888 including 438 visiting supporters At The Matchroom Stadium
Attendance:dam Yates, Gavin Tomlin, Chris Shuker, Chris Lines, Ben Williamson, Chris Birchall, Lee Hughes.
David Mooney was allowed room just outside the box and it took a superb save from Chris Neal, to prevent the shot from going into his top right hand corner.
GOAL: netted with a stooping header from 8 yards.LOUIS DODDS minute when stVale continued to press and were rewarded for their endeavour in the 21
GOAL: levelled from close range with Vale appealing for offside.DAVID MOONEYThey say teams are most vulnerable when they have just scored and sure enough the home side hit back two minutes later when
GOAL: had the simple task of slamming home, unmarked, from close range.MOONEYVale held their own until first half stoppage time when Dodds got caught in possession on the Vale right, the ball was crossed in and
Chris Neal saved from Kevin Lisbie early in the second half after the striker was given far too much space in front of goal, as the home side went looking for an early third goal.
GOAL: who levelled from close range.JENNISON MYRIE-WILLIAMS minute following good work from Doug Loft on the left, whose cross was palmed away by ‘keeper Jamie Jones, but only as far as ndBurt Vale got back on level terms in the 52
The visitors continued to have plenty of the ball but rode their luck at times when the home side pushed forward, though again, there was very little between the two sides.
minute, Ben Williamson coming off the bench to replace Louis Dodds, with Micky Adams hoping fresh legs would make all the difference.rdVale made a change in the 73
Vale then went close to getting their noses in front for the first time in the game when a 20 yard free kick taken by Myrie-Williams beat the ‘keeper, only to come back off the crossbar.
GOAL: capitalise, slamming the ball home with just three minutes left on the clock.KEVIN LISBIEJust as it looked like Vale would get something out of the game the home side hit them with a quick move which saw