HERE is the report from tonight’s dismal loss.
Full time: Solihull Moors 2 Chester 0
A miserable game and Jon McCarthy leaves the pitch to a chorus of boos.
Afolayan off, Dunkley on. 84 minutes.
Some Blues away fans are making their voice heard. Cries of ‘out, out, out’.
GOAL! Solihull Moors 2 Chester 0
Afolayan bags his second 77 mins from Murombedzi pull back
Solihull red card
Zain Westbrooke off for awful tackle on Joyce. Feet were off the ground. 73 mins
Tom Shaw on for John McCombe - 71 mins
Paul Green on for Tahvon Campbell. 67 minutes
Murombedzi sees yellow for late challenge on Mahon.
Vaughan pushes Turnbull free kick out for corner and gathers subsequent set piece.
On the edge of the box for Chester after Mahon felled.
Attendance here of 651 (216 from Chester).
Craig Mahon causing problems already. Finds Turnbull who sees low 25-yard drive flash just wide.
Craig Mahon on for Lucas Dawson - 56 minutes.
Joel Kettle loops a header at the back post just over from a corner. Solihull remain the aggressors.
Nyal Bell latches on to loose ball from Daly header clear but shoots low and well wide.
Halls clumsy tackle on Campbell.
Dawson corner hoofed clear to safety. Bell was lurking.
Chance there. Tahvon Campbell nods over from close range after long ball was headed back across goal
Second half kicks off
Huge 45 here for the Blues.
Chester back on the field. Looks like Hannah coming on.
Picture by Terry Marland.
Half time: Solihull Moors 1 Chester 0
Afolayan’s 16th minute goal separates the sides. A huge second half for Chester and Jon McCarthy coming up. They need to be better than they have. Void of quality in this past 45 minutes.
What a chance!
Murombedzi should have buried it. Unmarked header at back post from Carter cross.
Chapell races on to a loose ball but fires well wide from 18 yards when he should have done better.
Jordan Liburd with a superb last ditch tackle to deny Chapell who was about to pull the trigger after breaking through.
Blues manage to break after picking up loose ball in midfield but delivery from the right lets them down.
Debutant Nathan Shenton flies in wildly on Carline. Lucky to escape with a yellow.
Lynch up well to pluck a wayward Westbrooke effort out of the air under pressure.