WHAT OCCURRED? The Welsh team seemed destined for a 1-0 victory following Mullin’s emphatic header in the 68th minute. However, Adam Wilson ensured that both squads departed with one point each by scoring a goal just five minutes before the end of the match. Following the game, the striker expressed his disappointment about the outcome on X, formerly known as Twitter, while also commending the club’s dedicated traveling supporters.
THE BROADER PICTURE: Mullin’s recent goal, his second of the season, is a significant achievement, especially
considering his recovery from a punctured lung during the preseason. Last year, the 28-year-old scored an impressive 47 goals in all competitions, making it crucial for the team to have their star player back on the scoring sheet to bolster their chances of promotion. As a result of this match, the Red Dragons currently hold the fourth position in the division.
Wrexham will face Sutton United in another League Two encounter at the Racecourse Ground next Tuesday.