Invest in Bury FC as They Sail to Victory Against Portsmouth

Posted: 21 October 2014

Bury FC’s quest for promotion continues to look strong after the team beat Portsmouth 3-0 on Saturday.


Following last week’s narrow defeat at the hands of AFC Wimbledon, Bury had slipped to third in the league. Bury’s early form this season had seen them stand undefeated for 7 consecutive league matches, but the side had experienced away defeats twice on the trot. Back on their home turf of the JD Stadium, the Shakers were looking to give a winning performance.


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(Above) Bury celebrate Danny Mayor's excellent strike


With an aggressive start, the Bury side took the initiative, threatening the Portsmouth goal from the start of the match. Ryan Lowe’s 4th minute free kick sailed past the edge of the post but demonstrated the team’s intent. The pressure paid off just 5 minutes later with Danny Mayor cutting into the box with a superb strike, the ball clipping the underside of the bar on its way into the net.


After a fast paced opening, the game settled down with Bury dominating possession. Ryan Lowe came close once again after a perfectly placed cross from strike partner Danny Rose, but stumbling he missed his chance. All would be redeemed just before half time however. Pablo Mills sent the ball to the back post with an excellent cross, before Nicky Adams demonstrated excellent athleticism and control to square the ball perfectly for Lowe to finally score his goal, Bury’s second of the match.


A change of formation at half time meant that Portsmouth began to challenge the Shakers, as Pompey created more chances. However, the game was put out reach in the 60th minute after Ryan Lowe sent the ball forward to Danny Rose to score Bury’s third from six yards out.

Portsmouth created a few more chances towards the end of the match but the damage had already been done. Bury’s victory saw them rise to second in the table, just two points behind league leaders Wycombe and keeping their great start to the season.


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