Derby Men's first team smash Worcester
A Macaeg Dabrowska hat-trick saw Derby’s first team cruise comfortably past a frustrated Worcester side.
John McGrath’s men took a very early lead through Dabrowska after he slotted past Worcester’s goalkeeper at his far post.
Derby played some really neat passing football which was proving too much for Worcester to chase down and win possession. There was some great play from Lewis Radcliffe down the wing as he was able to find holes in Worcester’s defence and expose them by running onto long balls with great ball control. He was too much to handle for the opposition right-back.
Not long before half time Josh Price doubled Derby’s lead with a sublime effort from just outside the box from the left wing which dipped into the top left corner – unstoppable for Worcester’s keeper who began to get very frustrated with his defenders.
The half time interval was enough for Derby to communicate about the holes to expose in Wircester’s defence with Radcliffe never giving the full back a rest with his blistering pace down the flank and starting up Derby’s attacking tempo.
Dabrowska completed his hat-trick in the second half with two coolly-taken finishes to make the score 4-0 to Derby.
Derby’s defence did not face too many problems from Worcester. They held their line well and didn’t give the opposition any time on the ball as they closed down very well.
Towards the end the game, the hat-trick hero Dabrowska was subbed off making his way for Gareth Williams who not long after coming on, scored to wrap up the points for John McGrath’s side.