Oldham Athletic, “Being a Latics fan is such an emotional rollercoaster” – Oldham Athletic fans react to 4-1 away win at Port Vale

“Being a Latics fan is such an emotional rollercoaster” – Oldham Athletic fans react to 4-1 away win at Port Vale

Pete Wild delivers three points in his first game as caretaker manager with a 4-1 win over Port Vale.

Pete Wild’s starting eleven consisted of Iversen, Hamer, Clarke ©, Edmundson, Hunt, Lang, Lyden, Missilou, Nepomuceno, Maouche, O’Grady.

The host attacked early on, Luke Hannant chipped an effort into Daniel Iversen’s hands and then Ben Whitfield forced a diving save from the Leicester City loanee.

Port Vale went behind on 32 minutes when Mohamed Maouche won possession inside the final third before playing a pass through to Callum Lang, and he slotted it beyond Scott Brown and into the far corner (0-1).

Port Vale levelled the scoreline six minutes before half-time as Ben Whitfield managed to tap Nathan Smith’s knock down over the line (1-0).

Half-Time – Port Vale 1-1 Oldham Athletic.

Tom Pope tried his luck with an effort inside the near post, but he didn’t get his attempt on target.

Latics began to completely control the game. Chris O’Grady and Mohammed Maouche both had chances saved by Scott Brown.

Latics went ahead again when Tom Hamer’s long throw made its way through to Mohammed Maouche who backheeled towards goal it deflected into the net past Scott Brown (1-2).

Latics wrapped up three points with a third goal as Gevaro Nepomuceno got on the end of a Johan Branger-Engone pass to cut inside and curl one into the top corner (1-3).

Inform striker Chris O’Grady made it four, he placed his shot beyond Scott Brown after beating the offside trap (1-4).

Attendance 4435 (778 Away).

Full-Time – Port Vale 1-4 Oldham Athletic.

Here is how Oldham Athletic fans reacted to 4-1 away win at Port Vale

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