Barnet 3-4 Yeovil: Match Report

30 April 2016 06:34

Harry Cornick fires late winner for Yeovil

Harry Cornick's strike in the fourth minute of injury-time earned Yeovil a 4-3 victory over Barnet in a thrilling sky Bet League Two encounter at The Hive Stadium.

Michael Gash got on the end of James Pearson's cross to fire the Bees into a 21st-minute lead and they doubled their advantage six minutes into the second half when John Akinde picked himself up to convert from the spot after Ryan Dickson had brought him down.

But just three minutes later the Glovers got themselves back into the game when Matt Dolan fired a low shot past Jamie Stephens from 25 yards.

Akinde restored the two-goal advantage in the 61st minute, heading home from Andy Yiadom's long cross.

Yeovil hit back almost immediately though as Nathan Smith headed home from close range from Dolan's corner.

And they levelled 15 minutes from time as Francois Zoko blasted home from the edge of the box.

The comeback was complete in stoppage time when Cornick latched onto Liam Walsh's ball to fire home a dramatic winner.

Source: PA