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Faces of PON: Notts County vs Chorley, 26 August 2019


Notts County stretched their unbeaten run to four matches with a 5-1 victory over Chorley in Bank Holiday Monday's National League fixture at Meadow Lane.

The Magpies fell behind in the ninth minute through Lewis Baines' powerful header from Alex Newby's delivery, but Nathan Tyson rifled home his first Notts goal on the half-hour mark to level proceedings.

Neal Ardley's side then struck two quick-fire goals after the break as Enzio Boldewijn cut in from the right wing and curled in left-footed after 49 minutes, before Kristian Dennis rattled in an effort from the edge of the area.

Wes Thomas replaced Tyson after an hour and within five minutes had also notched his first goal for the Magpies, finishing from close range after Dennis' shot was parried by Billy Crellin, then got his second with a powerful strike after 71 minutes.

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