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A Glance Back - Port Vale v Wigan Athletic

23 May 2016

We look back at each match from the 2015-2016 season



A GLANCE BACK – GAME 09

 

Port Vale 3 Wigan Athletic 2

At Vale Park

Saturday 12th September 2015

League One

Attendance: 5,953 including 1,327 visiting supporters

 

minute thanks to a fine strike from man of the match Anthony Grant, a driving force for the home side right from the kick off.thVale showed their credentials with a second home win on the bounce, this time against a good Wigan Athletic side who pushed Vale all the way. Vale went in front in the 34

minute it looked like Wigan may snatch a point, or even all three, but Barnett was sent off three minutes later and Vale took full advantage when Uche Ikpeazu grabbed the winner right at the death.th minute, but McCann pulled one back two minutes later. When Leon Barnett levelled in the 84thLouis Dodds put Vale further in front, turning to slam the ball into the roof of the Wigan net in the 64

 

 PORT VALE: Sam Johnson, Chris Birchall, Ryan Inniss, Colin Daniel, Jak McCourt, Ryan Lloyd, Ajay Leitch-SmithSUBS:Jak Alnwick, Ben Purkiss, Remi Streete, Richard Duffy, Carl Dickinson, Byron Moore, Sam Foley, Anthony Grant, Enoch Andoh, Louis Dodds, Uche Ikpeazu.

 

WIGAN ATHLETIC: Jussi Jaaskelainen, Will Grigg, Andy Kellett, Max Power, Sanmi Odelusi, Jordy Hiwula, Jack HendrySUBS: Richard O’Donnell , Dave Perkins, Donervon Daniels, Reece James, Craig Davies, Michael Jacobs, Leon Barnett, Jason Pearce, Chris McCann, Haris Vuckic, Jonjoe Kenny.

 

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