Bulls charge to Lincoln win: Match Review

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A brace from Gavin McCallum guided Hereford to a 2-0 victory over Lincoln and a first league win in six games.

The Bulls opened the scoring after 29 minutes when McCallum rifled a close-range shot past Rob Burch in the Lincoln goal.

Lincoln struggled to create chances in the first half with their best effort falling to full-back Paul Green who flashed his effort wide of the far post.

Both sides created chances in after the break with McCallum heading off target, while Scott Kerr was denied by Hereford goalkeeper Adam Bartlett.

Hereford sealed the victory after 55 minutes when winger Marc Pugh weaved his way past two defenders before laying the ball off to McCallum, who drove a shot into the far corner of the net.

Lincoln tried to get themselves back into the game but Lenell John-Lewis headed against the crossbar as they were frustrated.

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Lenell John-Lewis
Paul Green
Hereford United
Marc Pugh
Paul Green
Gavin McCallum
Scott Kerr
League Two
Adam Bartlett

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