Nathan Trott was an unused substitute for AS Nancy Lorraine as the French Ligue 2 club went down 2 – 1 to Pau.
Ebenezer Assifua gave Pau the lead in the 34th minute, but in the 40th minute, Nancy had Giovanni Haag sent off.
Nancy was able to level the score at 1 – 1 in the 55th minute when Mamadou Thiam scored, but Victor Lobry scored in the third minute of stoppage time to earn Pau the win.
Nahki Wells and his Bristol City teammate’s fired their way to a 3-1 pre-season victory over MK Dons at a wet Robins High-Performance Centre.
Saikou Janneh did just enough to put City ahead at the break, while second-half goals from Tommy Conway and Wells added daylight to the score.
Jay Bird would grab a consolation for the visitors in the last minute of the match, but this was an encouraging display from the home team as they grabbed a first pre-season victory.
Kane Crichlow and his Watford teammate’s squad gained valuable minutes in a 3-1 defeat to Brentford this afternoon.
The fixture, played at Watford’s London Colney training ground, allowed several members of the Under-23 including Crichlow and Under-18 sides to get experience against Premier League players.
Kole Hall’s Radcliffe teammate Bobby Grant’s goal wasn’t enough to claw back something from the game as Chester go back to Cheshire with the 2 – 1 win.
The spoils were shared in Justin Donawa and his Solihull Moors teammates pre-season opener at Banbury United on Saturday afternoon.
With the score 1 – 1 Donawa, fresh from international duty with Bermuda, came off the bench and was looking lively and took aim with a strike that had plenty of pace and movement on it, but not quite the accuracy as the effort flashed wide.
Donawa looked to snatch in with three minutes left on the clock. After working the ball onto his left boot, the Bermudian could only skew wide from the angle.
Knory Scott and his Hastings United teammates earned a 1 – 1 with Walthamstow Football Club as both goals came in the second half.
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J’Nai Butterfield-Steede and his Kendal Town Football Club picked up a 4 - 1 win over Whitehaven AFC.
Zeiko Lewis and his Charleston Battery teammates blanked the Independence 2 - 0 in front of an electrified Patriots Point crowd of nearly 3,000 strong. An early penalty save by Joe Kuzminsky and goals from Nicque Daley and Joel Bunting proved to be the difference-maker in securing three points for the Black and Yellow. The victory is the second straight for the Battery at Patriots Point. The win pushes the Battery ahead of Charlotte in the Atlantic Division table and secures a three-point lead in the supporter-led Southern Derby Cup.