FA Trophy: Chester FC Manage Impressive Feat Of Conceding Penalty After Just Six Seconds

Chris Wright

15th, December 2016


Photo: @ChesterFC/Twitter

Chester FC managed the impressive feat of conceding a penalty just six seconds into their FA Trophy clash with Witton Albion.

It all started well enough for the National League side…

Unfortunately for the hosts, the peaceful parity lasted just five seconds, for that’s how long it took Witton striker Tolani Omotola to reach their 18-yard box…

It’s as yet confirmed, but the Chester Chronicle think that their local team may have set a new world record for penalty concession.

Indeed, after a little digging, the newspaper reckon that Blaine Hudson’s trip on Omotala eclipses the previous record which was sat in the (very) early knockings of last month’s Bucharest derby when Steaua took just nine seconds to win a spot-kick against Dinamo.

As it happens, Witton actually missed the kick, only for Bradley Bauress to ram home the rebound with a full two minutes on the clock…

Thankfully, Chester were able to recover from their nigh-on immediate setback to win the game 2-1 thanks to a dramatic goal scored at the very opposite end of the match…

And breathe…

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