Tommy Wright came off the bench to score a crucial second goal as Sutton United beat Eastleigh 2-0 at the Knights Community Stadium on Saturday to return to the top of the Vanarama National League. The 21-year-old striker raced onto a headed flick from Ross Lafayette to send a sublime lob high over Spitfires' goalkeeper Graham Stack and into the net in the 82nd minute having been brought on by U's boss Paul Doswell just 12 minutes earlier.
Goals from Craig Dundas and Tom Bolarinwa and a fine penalty save from goalkeeper Jamie Butler saw Sutton United beat Guiseley 2-0 to return to the top of the Vanarama National League on Saturday. Dundas continued his rich vein of form by reacting first to a downward header from captain Jamie Collins to poke the ball into the net from two yards out in the 13th minute.
It’s a sign of how far Sutton United have come in recent season’s that supporters left the Knights Community Stadium bitterly disappointed by the performance of the Vanarama National League high-fliers in a 1-0 defeat to Torquay United on Tuesday night. If the U’s thought their visitors from Devon would be sluggish after completing the first leg of a 400-mile round journey then they were in for a rude awakening.
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