Adam Armstrong scored in the 51 st minute last night in Coventry City’s 3=2 home win against Crew Alexandra, and former Newcastle Australian youngster Brad Inman scored Crewe’s first goal after 31 minutes.
Adam Armstrong scores again
The win puts Coventry top of the League One Table with three wins in a row, and it’s now five goals for Adam Armstrong, and he has more than half of Coventry’s 9 league goals scored so far this season.
This is how Adam reacted after the game on his Twitter account.
Another great win against Crewe! Lads were amazing again!! Fans were quality to! Glad to have grabbed another goal! #PUSB ??
— AdamArma (@AdamArma9) August 18, 2015
Last night it was a late winner from Jim O’Brien with just seven minutes remaining that fired Coventry City to the top of League One.
If the Sky Blues keep playing like this they must stand a decent chance of promotion this season, as long as they can keep Adam Armstrong on loan.
Here’s the video of Adam scoring last night.