Wigan destroy Austrians
Wigan recorded a 3-0 win over Austrian side FC St Veit, a margin that could have been more than doubled.
By Will Wood
Last Updated: 19/07/08 9:54pm
Wigan Athletic recorded a comfortable 3-0 win over Austrian side FC St Veit, with forgotten man Henri Camara scoring one and setting up another.
The result never looked in doubt as Steve Bruce's side dismantled the part-timers, with Camara breaking the deadlock with his first goal for The Latics since 2006, delightfully chipping over Pirrmann Manuel.
The lead was quickly doubled courtesy of Antoine Sibierski's strike, with Camara again involved as he cut the ball back across goal to set the former Newcastle United forward up.
In a night of the forgotten men of the Premier League, Michael Brown then struck his first ever goal for the JJB outfit after 70 minutes, latching on to Emmerson Boyce's cross to fire home.
The margin could have been much larger had Sibierski, Tomasz Kupisz and David Cotterill not had further efforts disallowed, while Sibierski struck a last-minute penalty against the crossbar after Kevin Kilbane was brought down in the box.