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“Up the Town”- Ryan Reynolds Astonished as Wrexham Demolished Old Foe at ‘Home Sweet Home’

Published 09/17/2023, 3:56 PM EDT

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Wrexham have 3 wins in their last three fixtures in League Two. The Red Dragons have made a spectacular comeback after signing new players in the summer transfer window. An astonished and proud Ryan Reynolds took to X (formerly known as Twitter) to share his feelings with fans. The club now stands in the 4th position after 8 games in League Two.

Phil Parkinson’s side defeated their old foe Grimsby Town in a match that ended 3-0. The feeling around the stadium was ecstatic and STOK Cae Ras lit up with fans buzzing after an improvement in form.

It’s 3 out 3 for Wrexham

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Phil Parkinson’s men are running high on confidence and it is reflected in their match against Grimsby Town. The opponent was not able to handle Wrexham’s constant pressure, with Grimsby players having a tough time getting the ball out of their box.

The Red Dragons kept banging on the doors of Grimsby ultimately scoring 3. Ryan Reynolds was impressed with his team’s performance as he took to X to post pictures after the match with the caption, “What a day what a win. Up the town. Smiles all around.” In another post, Reynolds wrote, “Home Sweet Home,” as he shook hands with fans.

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Wrexham took 17 shots with 9 of them being on target. Ollie Palmer scored the first goal of the game. William Boyle scored a stunning header taking the score to 2 nil. Elliot Lee then scored the third goal making it his 2nd goal in 2 consecutive matches. Paul Mullins too finally made his comeback for Wrexham after being out with a rib injury.

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The determination showed by Phil Parkinson’s men was incredible. The hunger for the win could be seen in the attitude and eyes of the Wrexham players. Earlier, Doncaster Rovers Boss, Grant McCann also praised Wrexham on their motivations.

Ryan Reynolds’ team praised by their rivals

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Doncaster faced a challenging season last year with a significant 25 losses out of 51 matches. Doncaster Rovers manager Grant McCann compared his team to rivals Wrexham, acknowledging Wrexham’s “fear factor” due to their off-field activities, player quality, goal-scoring prowess, and TV presence. He aims to instill a similar toughness in his squad.

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Doncaster Rovers won their first match of the season against Forest Green Rovers. Grant McCann’s side was winning 1-0 but a late strike from Jordan Morris equalized the game. Doncaster men, though, didn’t lose their heart and in the last minute of the extra time, Ben Close scored the winning goal from an assist made by Thomas Nixon.

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There is a long way to go for both Doncaster and Wrexham. Phil Parkinson and Grant McCann both have a hard task at their ends. With Paul Mullins coming back from injury, the Red Dragons will look to secure more wins. Do you think Wrexham will finish in the top three? Let us know in the comments below.

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Neil Banerjee

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Neil Banerjee, an adept soccer writer at EssentiallySports, embodies an unwavering passion for Chelsea Football Club, a team he has fervently supported since his childhood. With an innate ability to remain current on the latest developments in the soccer sphere, Neil possesses a distinct advantage in understanding the nuances of the sport. His profound appreciation for the tactical and analytical facets of the game underscore his belief that the true beauty of soccer lies within its intricacies of strategy.
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Jayant Chhabra