Port Vale: Vital statistics v Exeter City
October 6, 2012: League Two
EXETER CITY 0
PORT VALE 2
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(Pope 40, 62)
TOM Pope continued an incredible run of form with a two-goal blast which clinched Vale's fifth successive away win.
The striker overtook his best-ever season's tally by making it 11 for the season – from just 13 games – with a goal in each half.
Jennison Myrie-Williams made the first with a breath-taking run from the halfway line, floating over a cross towards the far post where Pope headed home.
Ashley Vincent followed suit with a dazzling run of his own after the break and Pope did the business yet again.
Exeter City: Evans, Coles, Woodman, Baldwin, Tully (Sercombe, 74), Amankwaah, Davies, Oakley, Doherty (Bauza, 68), Cureton, O'Flynn (Keohane , 68). Subs not used: Krysiak, Nicholls, Moore-Taylor, Dawson.
Port Vale: Neal, Duffy, McCombe, McDonald, Loft (Burge , 51), Myrie-Williams (Lloyd, 89), Taylor, Morsy, Dodds, Vincent (Shuker, 85), Pope. Subs not used: Yates, Davis, Williamson, Johnson.
Port Vale: DWWDLW
WHO WE'D LIKE TO BUY
Jamie Cureton: The fox in the box might be getting on in years, but his predatory instincts are still strong.
WHO TO BOO
John O'Flynn: During his Barnet days, he scored both goals to condemn the Valiants to a 2-0 home defeat in February 2010.
MAN IN THE MIDDLE
Gary Sutton (Lincolnshire): Experienced official was in charge of Vale's 3-0 win at Bristol Rovers in October 2011.
Port Vale: Neal, Duffy, Purse, McCombe, Jones, Myrie-Williams, Burge, Loft, Vincent, Pope, Andrew.
Exeter: Evans, Coles, Woodman, Baldwin, Bennett, Amankwaah, Gosling, Doherty, Molesley, Cureton, O'Flynn.
Tom Pope ends his five-game spell without a goal by hitting the winner after Darren Purse's header is cancelled out by Jamie Cureton.