Worksop Town 0-2 Sheffield United
Monday, 16 July 2007
Webber netted from the penalty spot whilst Lucketti capitalized on a tap in to earn United their first victory under new boss Bryan Robson.
The Blades looked comfortable all night as keepers Paddy Kenny and Ian Bennett didn't have to make a save all evening. Whilst the 1,679 crowed witnessed Silvio Spann (Blades trialist) take to the field.
The visitors created there first chance in the 15th minute when Webber shot straight at the keeper from all of 20 yards.
But, seven minutes later the away end were cheering when United were awarded with a penalty; Ahmed Fathi took a strike at goal which appeared to hit the arm of former Blades youth player Kevin Davies. Danny Webber netted the penalty.
Jonathan Stead then had two chances either side of half-time; shooting at the keeper and slicing wide in the second.
The Blades second goal came on 63rd minute, Chris Amstrong swung in a corner which Chris Morgan got onto but Chris Lucketti was able to tap home from a short distance.
Town defended well at the later stages to prevent United from adding to there score, Spann was once denied by Matthewson but pared to Webber who slotted home only to see the offside flag.
Blades: Kenny (Bennett 45), Geary, Morgan, Lucketti, Armstrong, Fathi, Ashmore, A. Quinn, Spann, Stead, Webber.
Unused: Horwood, Robertson, Donnolly, Naughton, Kerry.