Crewe 2-1 Cheltenham: Shaun Miller double inspires victory
By PA Sport
Last Updated: 05/05/18 6:03pm
Shaun Miller grabbed a brace as Crewe finished their season with a flourish to run out 2-1 winners against Cheltenham.
On-loan striker Miller put the Railwaymen ahead with a clinical first-half finish, but Cheltenham hit back through youth academy product George Lloyd, only for the 30-year-old to wrap up the points after 62 minutes.
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The visitors started brightly with Taylor Moore glancing a header wide from Joe Morrell's free kick, however, Crewe took the lead after 17 minutes when Miller capitalised on a mistake by Jamie Grimes and broke clear to shoot under Rhys Lovett.
Mo Eisa played a key role in the Robins' 33rd minute leveller when he pulled the ball back across the six-yard box for Lloyd to finish from close range.
Charlie Kirk drew a diving save from Lovett with a fierce blast from 25 yards before Eisa fired a shot across the face of goal after the break at the other end of the pitch.
But it was Miller who ensured the Railwaymen finished with a third consecutive victory when he curled into the far corner.