Chesterfield v Manchester City, 29 November 2017

Score2-2
RefereeDarren Drysdale
CompetitionFootball League Trophy Group F – North
VenueProact Stadium
Attendance1,266
Kick-off: 7.00pm Due to winning the penalty shoot-out (4-3) after 90 minutes, Chesterfield were awarded a bonus point. Lukas Nmecha gave Manchester City the lead in the last minute of normal time at the end of the game before Chris O'Grady equalised in the seventh minute of added time.

2 Manchester City

Manager: Simon Davies

Goals:

Joe Rowley 73 G
Chris O'Grady 90 G

Goals:

Ed Francis 88 G
Lukas Nmecha 90 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Joe Anyon
Defender Brad Barry
Defender Sam Hird
Defender Andy Kellett
Defender Laurence Maguire
Midfielder Connor Dimaio
Midfielder Jak McCourt
Midfielder Louis Reed
Forward Chris O'Grady

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Aro Murić
Defender Demeaco Duhaney
Defender Ed Francis
Defender Charlie Oliver
Defender Tyreke Wilson
Midfielder Jacob Davenport
Midfielder Tom Dele-Bashiru
Midfielder Matt Smith
Midfielder/Forward Javairô Dilrosun
Midfielder/Forward Benjamín Garré
Forward Lukas Nmecha

Substitutions:

Robbie Weir for Jak McCourt 57
Joe Rowley for Diego De Girolamo 72
Charlie Wakefield for Connor Dimaio 85

Substitutions:

Lorenzo González for Benjamín Garré 63
Taylor Richards for Matt Smith 69
Sadou Diallo for Javairô Dilrosun 80

Cards:

Jak McCourt 22 Y
Sam Hird 65 Y
Brad Barry 90 Y

Cards:

Charlie Oliver 76 R

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Dylan Parkin
Defender Scott Wiseman
Defender/Midfielder Matthew Briggs
Midfielder Joe Rowley
Midfielder Charlie Wakefield
Midfielder Robbie Weir
Forward Kristian Dennis

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Paweł Sokół
Midfielder Sadou Diallo
Midfielder Taylor Richards

Comments:

ABBA penalty shoot-out details (Chesterfield went second) 2 – Andy Kellett [missed] 3 – Louis Reed [scored] 6 – Joe Rowley [scored] 7 – Chris O'Grady [scored] 10 – Sam Hird [scored]

Comments:

ABBA penalty shoot-out details (Manchester City went first) 1 – Lukas Nmecha [scored] 4 – Ed Francis [scored] 5 – Taylor Richards [scored] 8 – Demeaco Duhaney [saved] 9 – Tyreke Wilson [missed] Manchester City named only five of a possible seven substitutes. In line with Premier League and League Championship clubs being allowed to enter the competition, Manchester City had to select at least six players in their starting line-up who were aged under 21 on 30 June 2017.