Wrexham's remarkable 5-0 victory at Aldershot throws up some superb stats.
Last time Wrexham scored five goals in an away game: Hyde 2-5 Wrexham (28/12/2013)
Last time Wrexham won by five goals in an away game: Sutton United 0-5 Wrexham (12/01/2013)
Last time Wrexham won by five goals in an away league game: Ebbsfleet United 0-5 Wrexham (13/03/2012).
Wrexham match third largest margin of victory in an away league game since joining the Football League.
Wrexham match the biggest away win in the National League this season (Barnet 0-5 Notts County)
Wrexham match the second biggest win in the National League this season (Biggest win: Grimsby Town 6-0 Dover Athletic)
Wrexham have scored in each of their first 16 games of the season, one short of the best scoring start to a season since joining the Football League in 1921.
Last time Wrexham scored three away goals in a half: Boreham Wood 2-3 Wrexham (15/05/2021)
Last time a Wrexham centre back scored in consecutive league games: December 2020 - Theo Vassell against Torquay and Weymouth
Harry Lennon’s last away goal: Bolton 2-3 Southend (21/12/2019).
Rob Lainton is the most substituted keeper in Wrexham’s history (three times) and Christian Dibble, who replaced him each time, has made the most substitute appearances of any Wrexham goalkeeper.
Bryce Hosannah’s first career assist.
Smallest attendance at a Wrexham game this season: 1,639
WREXHAM’S RECORD AGAINST ALDERSHOT
Wrexham’s biggest win against Aldershot, home or away.
Wrexham’s first away win against Aldershot in 6 away games.
Last win at Aldershot: 21/11/2015 (1-0)
Aaron Hayden’s goal was the first Wrexham have scored at Aldershot in 517 minutes, since Wes York scored in November 2015. It ended Aldershot’s run of 5 consecutive home clean sheets against us.