|John Mills Scored Hereford's First Goal|
|Mike Symons In The Box|
|Was He Brought Down?|
Hereford had a penalty shout of their own mid-way through the first-half after a rash challenge by Matt Guy on Tristan Plummer but the referee again said no. The hosts thought they had gone in front towards the end of the half when a free-kick from the centre was floated into the box and eventually squeezed in from close-range but the linesman flagged for offside.
Four minutes later, Hereford doubled their advantage through Haysham. McGrath fed a lofted pass down the line to Purdie, who went past his marker to the byline, before steadying himself, and floating a right-foot cross to put the ball on a plate for Haysham, who powered a header past Rivers in front of the vocal Hereford faithful.
|Pablo Haysham's Header Gave Hereford Their Second Goal|
Further pressure followed with Haysham spinning his man before a rasping right-foot shot was superbly tipped over by Rivers.
|Tristan Plummer Tripped?|
The Weston Super Mare/Bristol City supporter, who was his attending his second Hereford match of the season chose Haysham as his man of the match, for his direct running and creativity in front of goal.
|BN Man Of The Match Pablo Haysham Runs Towards Goal|