Wrexham and Tranmere did battle at the Racecourse with over 8,500 football supporters watching on and they certainly got value for money.
The 2-2 draw in North Wales was action packed and in fairness a really good game of football.
Manager Dean Keates was up to the media room first and said: "A little bit of frustration about their two goals for me. It's a foul on Dunny (goalkeeper Chris Dunn) before the corner. The referee said he'd already pushed it over the bar but (Andy) Cook wiped him out.
"The second one, Dave Raven's top tells you everthing. It's been ripped virtually from by his neck to I'd say the top of his sturnum.You can see it on the video and it's blatant. The kid's grabbed hold of him and swong him round, they both swong round and he gave it to them."
Catch the full interview here:
The media team spoke to new signing David Raven who said: "I didn't expect to get on at all today. I only found out that that I was registered to play last night.
"I enjoyed it. Every minute of it. It took me about half an hour to get my bearings a little bit because I haven't played for a few weeks. After 20-25 minutes I felt confortable."
See the full interview here including how the move to Wrexham came about and his exploits in the Scottish Premier League:
The team also spoke to goal scorers Chris Holroyd and Scott Quigley: