Nathan Trott was an unused substitute as his West Ham United teammates returned from the international break with victory in a five-goal thriller at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Just as against Arsenal in the last game before the Premier League’s March hiatus, West Ham roared out of the blocks and flew into a 3-0 first-half lead with a display of breathtaking, incisive, counter-attacking football.
Nahki Wells scored, but he and his Bristol City teammates went down 3 – 1 to Coventry in their Championship battle.
Leo Skiri Østigård gave Coventry the lead in the 9th minute, Matt Godden doubled the score in the 63rd minute when he converted from the penalty spot.
In the 79th minute, Bristol City got back into the game, when Wells pounces on a poor back pass and slots past the Coventry goalkeeper. Viktor Gyõkeres would end the game as a contest when he scored in the 87th minute to earn Coventry the win.
Justin Donawa came off the bench in the second half, but he could not help his Solihull teammates find a winner as they played to a scoreless draw at home against Sutton United.
Jonte Smith and his Woking FC teammates went down 4 – 2 to Notts County at home in their Kingfield Stadium.
Notts County took the lead in the 20th minute with a goal from Mark Ellis, but Max Kretzschmar equalized for Woking in the 28th minute. Woking would take a 2 - 1 lead in the 33rd minute as Sam Ashford scored.
Nott’s County would get a second-half hat-trick from Jimmy Knowles who scored in the 60th, 66th, and 79th minute strikes.