LiveStory of the night: Dagenham & Redbridge 0-1 Hartlepool United – narrow win sees Pools go 10 unbeaten
Hartlepool United made it 10 games unbeaten in the National League with a 1-0 victory at Dagenham & Redbridge on Tuesday evening.
Luke Armstrong’s 11th goal of the season was enough to separate the sides in a game where both teams ought to have scored more.
The win means Dave Challinor’s side remain second in the National League table as they’re currently on their longest ever unbeaten streak in the National League.
Now they look ahead to Stockport County this Saturday.
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LIVE: Dagenham & Redbridge 0 Hartlepool United 1 (Armstrong 44’)
Last updated: Tuesday, 23 March, 2021, 22:52
- Pools XI (3-5-2): Killip; Ferguson, R.Johnson, Liddle, Cass, Sterry; Shelton, Featherstone, Holohan; Oates, Armstrong
- Pools subs: Odusina, White, Williams, Molyneux, Bloomfield
- Pools bookings: none
- Dag & Red XI (3-5-2): Justham; E.Johnson, Gordon, Clark, Wright, Weston; Sagaf, Rance, Vilhete; Wilson, Balanta
- Dag & Red subs: Strizovic, Reynolds, McCallum, McQueen, Khan
- Dag & Red bookings: Vilhete (74)
- Referee: Matthew Morrison (in place of Robert Whitton due to injury)
Tonight’s live coverage has concluded
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Here’s how the National League table is looking after tonight’s fixtures
Gav Holohan looking to keep the run going
Reaction from the Dagenham boss following the match
Challinor react to tonight’s win
We’ll have reaction from Dave Challinor to come...
Full-time verdict from Dominic Scurr
Full-time: Dagenham 0-1 Pools
Final change for Pools - Timi Odusina coming on for Mark Shelton
Three minutes added...
90: Armstrong goes clean through but Justham is out to deny him
87: Second change for Pools
Luke Molyneux comes on for Rhys Oates
86: Sterry tests Justham now
86: Oates forces a good save from Justham
A love drive from the edge of the box forces a good parry from Justham as Armstrong back-heels it to the Daggers goalkeeper on the rebound.