Wrexham 2-0 Bromley | September 2017
Thuis time we flashback to Saturday, 2nd September 2017. Ntumba Massanka scored a second-half brace as Wrexham extended their early season winning run to three games and moved up to third in the National League with victory over Bromley.
The visitors were awarded a penalty on the half-hour mark for a James Jennings handball, but Dragons goalkeeper Christian Dibble kept Frankie Raymond's spot-kick out in a goalless first half.
Wrexham finally made their early dominance count a minute after half-time when Massanka broke the deadlock by heading in Jennings' cross from the left.
The home side came close to adding a second through efforts from Massanka, Alex Reid and Sam Wedgbury, and it was Burnley loanee Massanka scored his second when he slotted Paul Rutherford's through-ball under David Gregory to seal maximum points.
Wrexham: Dibble, Hurst, Pearson, Wedgbury, Jennings, Massanka (Boden 71'), M.Smith, Reid, Wright, Kelly (L.Smith 20'), Rutherford
Substitutes (not used): Preston, Marx, Roberts
Bromley: Gregory, Dunne, Sterling, Raymond (Allen 66'), Holland, Rees, Chorley, Mekki, Porter (Williams 72'), Wanadio, Dennis
Substitutes (not used): Wynter, Higgs, Johnson
- Referee: Richard Hulme
- Attendance: 4,032