Lambe looks lively in defeat
Reggie Lambe produced a busy display in Carlisle United’s 2-1 defeat away to Notts County in Sky Bet League Two yesterday.
Lambe almost found an equaliser late on but his effort was denied by the feet of Adam Collin, the County goalkeeper, who stopped what looked a certain goal.
The Bermuda forward was involved in another move that almost led to a leveller after being picked out by Hallam Hope, but Lambe’s shot was blocked before sitting up nicely for Jamie Devitt who dragged his effort wide.
In the first half Lambe created a good chance for Kelvin Etuhu before going on a mazy dribble and supplying a cross that rolled behind the advancing attackers.
Jon Stead scored twice in the first half for County to get their promotion bid back on track, while Devitt reduced the deficit with a strike from the edge of the area in the 75th minute.
Carlisle are thirteenth in the table.
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