11:44 15th February 2017
There were plenty of goals flying in around the EFL on Tuesday, and it was a memorable night for one young Tiger currently out on loan. Here’s our latest Loan Watch:
Josh Clackstone made his senior debut as Notts County staged a late fightback against Exeter City at Meadow Lane. The 20-year-old defender (pictured) came on as a half time substitute to help his side claim a point, with County scoring twice in added time as they came from 2-0 down to draw level.
Elsewhere in League Two, young striker Jonathan Edwards made a brief appearance from the bench in Accrington Stanley’s thrilling 4-4 draw at Mansfield. Edwards came on for the final eight minutes of the game, with Mansfield scoring a late equaliser to claim a share of the spoils. Fellow young Tiger Harvey Rodgers watched the full game from the bench.
Max Clark was another to come off the bench in League Two when he made a second half appearance for Cambridge United in their 1-1 draw at Yeovil, Barry Corr netting a last-minute leveller for the U’s.
Moving up to the Championship, goalkeeper Allan McGregor conceded three times but still ended up on the winning side as Cardiff City beat Derby County 4-3. It was another game that featured late drama, with Joe Ralls netting the winner from the penalty spot in the 90th minute.
James Weir was an unused substitute for Wigan Athletic’s 1-0 win at Wolves, with Alex Bruce still awaiting his first involvement in the Latics’ matchday squad.
Picture courtesy of Notts County FC