- Wrexham demolished at Stockport
- Four-game winning run ended
- Ben Tozer howler in first half
TELL ME MORE: Isaac Olaofe got the home side up and running after 21 minutes when he raced into the box and beat defender Ben Tozer to a low cross and diverted in. Less than 10 minutes later, he doubled their tally when he pounced on a Tozer howler and fired in, which was followed up two minutes later by a Louie Barry strike. Olaofe completed his hat-trick in the second half when he headed past Mark Howard after a cross from Barry took a deflection. It was Olaofe's replacement, Paddy Madden, who wrapped things up with his team's fifth in stoppage time when he ran onto a Barry cross and applied the finish.
THE MVP: Hat-trick hero Olaofe was the star of the show for the home team. He was a constant threat and took his chances well to put Stockport out of sight by half-time. He and Barry, who impressed with a goal and an assist, gave the defence a torrid time from beginning to end.
THE BIG LOSER: The Wrexham defence were struggling under the pace of the Stockport attack but no one had a harder time than Tozer. The centre-back was beaten to a low cross for the first goal and had a perplexing moment when he stood by and watched a pass roll beyond him to make it easy for Olaofe to pounce and get the second.
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WHAT NEXT FOR WREXHAM? Phil Parkinson's team will hope to bounce back when they take on Crewe next Saturday.
MATCH RATING (OUT OF FIVE): ⭐⭐⭐⭐