Nigerian forward Gold Omotayo at the double for English club

Wrexham secured a vital three points with a dominant win as Dean Keats’ side ran out 5-3 winners thanks to goals from Luke Young, Jordan Davies, Jordan Ponticelli and a brace from Nigerian born Gold Omotayo.

Wrexham started the game on the stronger foot but are unable to get any real chance at goal

A good chance for Wrexham came in the eighth minute. Jordan Davies’s long range striker is saved by Theo Richardson, Ponticelli had a close range chance after the rebound but Richardson does extremely well to keep the game goalless.

Minutes later, King’s Lynn began a dangerous attack with a couple of crosses into the box but Kelleher defended well to knock it out for a corner. This was followed by a second corner which saw Michael Gash’s header creep inches over the crossbar.

Another chance came begging for King’s Lynn but Lainton did well to deny Gyasi.

Wrexham were awarded a penalty in the 18th minute after a handball decision. Richardson managed to get a hand to it, but it only sent Luke Young’s strike further into the top corner.

Free-kick for Kings Lynn near the edge of the box was finished superbly into the corner by Sonny Carey to level the score for the visitors.

35 minutes in and Wrexham had a free kick of their own, which was fired powerfully into the back of the net by Jordan Davies.

Another chance came from Wrexham but Jordan Ponticelli’s long range strike was wasted as it fizzled past the post.

A third for the Reds came thanks to Gold Omotayo who finished calmly past the King’s Lynn goalkeeper to extend the lead.

Simeon Jackson tried his luck to close down the score but his shot was dealt with comfortably by Lainton in net.

The visitors managed to close one back, Simeon Jackson tapped home a rebound for the visitors after a fine save from Lainton to deny the original attempt on goal from Gash.

A fourth looked so likely for Wrexham but Theo Richardson made an incredible save by turning Ponticelli’s close-range attempt onto the crossbar.

But, the fourth did come! A good cross by Cameron Green found the head of Ponticelli who buried it home to extend the lead!

King’s Lynn refused to lie down as they found a third, a long range striker which deflected off of the Wrexham defence found the feet of experienced striker Jackson who placed it in the net.

Confusion occurred as a scramble in the box saw Ponticelli fired it home but after a discussion with the linesman, the referee disallowed the goal.

Wrexham found a fifth, and it was a second for Gold Omotayo who got his head to a Luke Young corner.

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