Former England goalkeeper Ben Foster keeps clean sheet on second Wrexham debut
Wrexham takes the lead
Former England goalkeeper Ben Foster kept a clean sheet on his second Wrexham debut as the National League leaders beat York City 3-0. Wrexham’s opener came late in the first half when James Jones’ shot hit the bar and went in off York keeper Ryan Whitley.
Dalby and Lee seal the deal
Sam Dalby headed in from Ben Tozer’s long throw to double the lead before Elliot Lee rolled in a late third. The win keeps Wrexham three points clear at the top of the table.
Foster saves the day
Foster, 39, made second-half saves from Ryan Fallowfield and Mitch Hancox in his first appearance since coming out of retirement to rejoin Wrexham.
Notts County challenges Wrexham
Second-placed Notts County beat lowly Scunthorpe to maintain pressure on Wrexham, although Phil Parkinson’s men have a game in hand.
Wrexham’s Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney were part of a 10,161 crowd at The Racecourse, the Welsh side’s highest gate of the season.
Match ends, Wrexham 3, York City 0. Second Half ends, Wrexham 3, York City 0.
Goal! Wrexham 3, York City 0. Elliot Lee (Wrexham).
Substitution, Wrexham. Jordan Davies replaces Paul Mullin.
Goal! Wrexham 2, York City 0. Sam Dalby (Wrexham).
Substitution, York City. Shaqai Forde replaces Mitch Hancox.
Substitution, York City. Maz Kouhyar replaces Danny Rowe.
Substitution, Wrexham. Sam Dalby replaces Ollie Palmer.
Olly Dyson (York City) is shown the yellow card.
Substitution, York City. Patrick McLaughlin replaces Dan Pybus.
Ollie Palmer (Wrexham) is shown the yellow card.
Second Half begins Wrexham 1, York City 0.
First Half ends, Wrexham 1, York City 0.
Own Goal by Ryan Whitley, York City. Wrexham 1, York City 0.
Adam Crookes (York City) is shown the yellow card.
Lineups are announced and players are warming up.