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Cambridge United 1-2 Bath City

Kaid Mohamed grabbed a last-minute winner as Bath City made it back-to-back Blue Square Bet Premier victories at Cambridge United.

The home side started well, Simon Russell bursting on to Daryl Clare's pass to fire past visiting keeper Ryan Robinson from 12 yards.

But Bath hit back and levelled when Marc Canham fired home from 20 yards.

And just when it seemed a draw was likely, Mohamed popped up for the fourth successive game to win it.


Bath City manager Adie Britton told BBC Radio Bristol:
"We couldn't even name a bench of substitutes, we're that much down on our luck so the lads that have gone out there have done a fantastic job.

"It wasn't a smash-and-grab or anything, we had a huge amount of the game

"It was ironic that Kaid Mohammed should finish the game (with his goal) as he looked very, very tired at that moment."


Cambridge Utd: Brown, Roberts, Coulson, Saah (Partridge 81), Jennings, Russell, McAuley, Carden, Willmott, Wright (Marriott 66), Clare (Gray 76).

Subs Not Used: Naisbitt, Ives.

Booked: Carden.

Goals: Russell 5.

Bath City: Robinson, Simpson, Rollo, Webb, Jombati, Russell (Mackie 87), Harris, Canham, Watkins, Phillips (Darren Edwards 76), Mohamed.
Subs Not Used: Borhy, Hart.

Booked: Harris, Rollo, Mohamed.

Goals: Canham 28, Mohamed 90.

Att: 2,670

Ref: Tim Robinson (West Sussex).



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