Source: Crewe Chronicle
Feb 8 2010 by Peter Morse, Crewe Chronicle
NANTWICH Town were humiliated at home by FC United on Saturday.
Their promotion hopes in the UniBond Premier took another blow as the visitors ran riot.
FC United were first to show when Ben Deegan headed against the bar.
On five minutes they went ahead through on loan Macclesfield Town striker Kyle Wilson after being played through by Adam Tong.
Five minutes later Nantwich drew level when midfielder Glyn Blackhurst played a delightful ball into the path of Micky Lennon whose shot on the turn beat Reds keeper Sam Ashton to square the match.
On 23 minutes hesitancy in the Nantwich defence allowed the ball to drop to Wilson whose 15 yard shot flew past Dabbers keeper Lee Jones.
On 37 minutes the visitors increased their lead minute when Nantwich failed to clear from a corner allowing Simon Carden to nip in and score.
Soon after the restart it was 4-1 when Ben Deegan driove home.
FC United were reduced to 10 men in the 70th minute when Ludovic Quistin was dismissed for deliberate hand ball after being booked earlier in the game.
But they still pressed ahead and two minutes later Jerome Wright inflicted further misery on the home side when he had the easiest of tasks in rounding his marker before slotting past Jones from close range.
The demolition was complete when Wilson completed a hat trick.