Bow Street win 11-goal Welsh Cup thriller with Bangor
BOW STREET booked their place in the next round of the FAW Welsh Cup on Saturday (Sept 17) as they beat Bangor 1876 FC 6-5.
The goalscoring started as early as the third minute as Rhydian Davies slotted a penalty into the net to give Bow Street the lead.
Ben Davies doubled the Street’s lead on 18 minute and it was three ten minutes later as Dafydd Carruthers scored.
Things went from bad to worse for Bangor as manager Mike Johnston was then shown a red card.
Despite that setback, Bangor did pull a goal back through Cameron Barry just a minute later.
The first half scoring wasn’t over as Bow Street were given another penalty and Davies scored his second of the afternoon to make it 4-1.
Deep into first half injury time Bangor pulled another goal back through Corrig McGonigle to keep his side in the game.
Just three minutes into the second half it was 4-3 as Tom Clarke pulled the visitors right back into it.
On the hour mark though Tomos Roberts scored to make it 5-3 to Bow Street.
Bangor did not give up though and Gethin Thomas pulled another goal back with 76 minutes gone.
Then in the 89th minute, Bangor were given a penalty. McGonigle stepped up to score to level the game at 5-5.
There was still time for more drama and in the fifth minute of time added on, Ben Davies found the back of the net to spark joyous scenes amongst players and supporters.
There was little time for Bangor to respond again and Bow Street saw the game out for a remarkable win.
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