Bath City 4-0 Cambridge United

By BBC Sport
Last updated : 29 January 2011

Kaid Mohamed scored two penalties as Bath turned on the style in the second half to rout Cambridge United and secure a first home win in five games.A dull first 45 minutes gave way to a goal-laden second period which was kick-started when Marc Canham's superb 20-yard strike found the top corner.

Mohamed netted number two from the spot when James Jennings felled Scott Murray and Murray's low strike made it 3-0.

Mohamed's second penalty sealed the win after Paul Carden fouled Adam Connolly.

Bath City: Pentney, Ruddick, Webb (Jones 19), Burnell (Hogg 74), Rollo, Mohamed, Connolly, Canham, Jombati, Phillips, Watson (Murray 65). Subs Not Used: Robinson, Simpson.

Booked: Jombati.

Goals: Canham 47, Mohamed 78 pen, Murray 83, Mohamed 88 pen.

Cambridge Utd: Brown, Thorpe, Roberts, Coulson, Jennings, Russell (Hughes 71), McAuley, Carden, Platt (Patrick 31), Wright, Clare, Patrick (Marriott 78). Subs Not Used: Naisbitt, Ives.

Sent Off: Thorpe (81).

Booked: Thorpe.

Att: 1,338.

Ref: Carl Berry (Surrey).

Source: BBC Sport