Dynamo net another nap hand
Dynamo came back from two nil down to ensure their place in the next round of the FA Trophy.
Having scored eleven goals in their past two games Dynamo failed to sparkle for most of the first half of this FA Trophy tie,
Their play was not as fluent and although they created chances they were unable to finish them, it was Market Drayton who controlled the mid field and created the better chances, which they also failed to finish, however they took a deserved lead in lead in the thirty second minute when good work from Matt Ballard ended with Dynamo making a poor clearance and Charlie Knowles stroked the loose ball home.
Five minutes later and Market Drayton were two up when good work from Knowles resulted in him getting behind Dynamo’s defence and a low cross was convert by Ballard.
Looking as though they would go in two nil down at half time Dynamo turned the game on its head in the final minutes of the half when Karl Demidh scored in the forty fourth, then in time added on Demidh played in Liam Read who netted the equaliser.
From the restart it was Dynmao on the front foot and they could have taken the lead within thirty seconds of the restart when a Josh Riley shot struck the post, but the third goal was not long in coming, Jared Holmes was brought down by a rash challenge in the Market Drayton area and Demidh converted the penalty, in the fiftieth minute.
Whereas in the first half Dynmao struggled with their passing in the second their passing was crisp and sharp and Ash Rawlins in the Drayton goal pulled off a number of fine saves to keep Drayton in the game.
Eventually Dynamo scored their fourth when in the sixty-third minute Luke Foster controlled a Danny Gordon long throw, Fosters shot looked goal bound but it struck Demidh before it went into the net and the forward claimed his second hat trick in two games.
Market Drayton tried to get back into the game but Dynamo’s defence held firm and with three minutes to go a low cross by Gordon was turned home by Read to net Dynamo's fifth.