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2017/18 English League Two, Regular Season
  • Billy Kee (45'+5' PEN)
  • Ben Richards-Everton (53')
  • Jordan Clarke (9' OG)
  • Enzio Boldewijn (10', 41')

Enzio Boldewijn at the double as Crawley upset Accrington

Two first-half goals from Enzio Boldewijn sealed a 3-2 win for struggling Crawley over high-flying Accrington.
Harry Kewell's side raced into a three-goal lead inside 41 minutes and, while Stanley fought back, they have now slipped to three successive league losses.
Crawley took the lead in the ninth minute when a cross from Lewis Young was turned into his own net by Jordan Clark.
It was two a minute later with Ibrahim Meite putting Boldewijn clean through and he slotted home.
Crawley celebrated a third on 41 minutes with another solo effort from Dutchman Bodewijn who got the better of Mark Hughes and fired past goalkeeper Aaron Chapman.
Meite was unlucky not to add a fourth before Stanley won a penalty for a foul on Billy Kee by Josh Yorwerth. The striker tucked it into the far corner of the net with the last kick of the first half for his 12th goal of the season.
It was all Stanley at the start of the second half and they made it 3-2 with second-half sub Ben Richards-Everton rifling the ball home from 18 yards from Sean McConville's cross after 53 minutes.
Accrington had chances to equalise with Glenn Morris pulling off a superb save from Hughes in injury time.