It was Pools’ first home match in over six months and it proved to be nothing more than a bit of exercise as four goals in the opening 20-minutes meant the game was over as any form of contest.
Pools were 7-0 to the good at half-time following goals from Claudio Ofosu, Aaron Cunningham, a trialist left-back and braces from Luke Williams and Mason Bloomfield.
Williams netted his hat-trick soon after the restart and made it 9-0 with his fourth of the game on the 70-minute mark. A late double from substitute Mark Shelton made it double figures with Gavan Holohan scoring on the full-time whistle to make it 12-0.
With fans unable to attend or watch the match, many took to Twitter to voice their opinion on the scoreline and the impact Williams made...
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Pools fans react to Victoria Park win
Last updated: Saturday, 19 September, 2020, 14:53
- Pools beat Brandon United in their first match back at Victoria Park since the coronavirus lockdown back in March.
- And fans took to Twitter to give their thoughts on the match…