Fleetwood’s first half masterclass downs brave Bromley

23:12 03 November 2012

Jon Parkin, Fleetwood Town. Picture: Joe Giddens/EMPICS

Jon Parkin, Fleetwood Town. Picture: Joe Giddens/EMPICS


Fleetwood’s first half show sent Bromley crashing out of the FA Cup in the first round proper.

David Ball turned in Curtis Obeng’s long throw after 11 minutes to open the scoring.

Jon Parkin then fired home a penalty kick after Bromley stopper Joe Welch brought down Junior Brown.

The keeper then brought down Obeng in the area and Parkin made no mistake.

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