EBERECHI Eze enhanced his ever-growing reputation with another fine goal, as his loan spell at Wycombe Wanderers continues to go from strength-to-strength.
The 19 year-old notched the fourth goal of his loan spell with Gareth Ainsworth’s side, as the Chairboys eased to a 4-0 victory against Crawley Town in League Two.
Eze opened the scoring in the 50th minute, setting the tone for a one-sided second half at Adams Park, before a hat-trick from Craig Mackail-Smith completed the rout.
The win cemented Wycombe’s position in the play-off places in the fourth tier.
In League One, Matt Ingram conceded three second half goals, as in-form Scunthorpe United won 3-0 at Northampton Town.
After a goalless first period, Scunny ran riot after the break to end the Cobblers recent three-match winning run in the league.
The defeat left Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink’s side in the relegation zone.
Elsewhere in the third tier, Brandon Comley played 65 minutes as Colchester United and Morecambe played out a goalless draw.
Comley was replaced just after the hour mark, as honours ended even - a result that saw the U’s drop down to twelfth.
Alex Finney’s Maidstone United side were forced to share the spoils with Solihull Moors in the National League on Saturday.
Maidstone were ahead inside 42 seconds, but were pegged back in the second half.
Despite the disappointing draw against lowly Solihull, Maidstone still sit in the play-off places.
Finally, Seny Dieng’s Whitehawk remain rooted to the foot of the National League South table following a 2-0 defeat at home to Chelmsford City.
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