Match highlights from Blyth Spartans 0-3 loss to Buxton at Croft Park in the National League North.
Blyth Spartans defender Curtis Round reacts to Blyth Spartans loss to Buxton in the National League North.
Blyth Spartans manager Graham Fenton reacts to Blyth Spartans loss to Buxton in the National League North.
22 - A free-kick for Blyth in their own half is launched into the Buxton box. Main is able to flick it on towards Walker, who takes it down and has a shot but it’s blocked. 📻 (0-0) #HowayBlyth 🟢⚪️
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