Trundle Fashions a Five-Star Show; Lee Shows He's Amodel Pro Byhitting a Hat-Trick

The Mail on Sunday (London, England), October 30, 2005 | Go to article overview

Trundle Fashions a Five-Star Show; Lee Shows He's Amodel Pro Byhitting a Hat-Trick


Byline: IAN STOKES

SWANSEA 5 Akinfenwa (7), Trundle (11, 28, 72), Tudur-Jones (45) Blatherwick (21)

CHESTERFIELD 1

Blatherwick (21)

LEE TRUNDLE celebrated the launch of his own clothing range in perfect fashion as his hat-trick sunk Chesterfield.

Trundle has been called the David Beckham of the Football League after this week securing the first image-rights deal outside the Premiership. But the Swansea striker proved his off-the-field business has not affected his ability to produce the goods on it as his goals helped Kenny Jackett's men to a five-star display.

Setting up Adebayo Akinfenwa for the first, Trundle scored two more before halftime to add to an Owain Tudur-Jones effort.

And Chesterfield, who had arrived on the back of two big wins and their best start to the season in almost 25 years, were left shaking their heads as Trundle made it 14 for the season after the interval.

It did not take long for Swansea to knock Chesterfield out of their stride.

After the Swans had rattled the door several times in the early stages, they found their opening after six minutes when Trundle picked out Akinfenwa and the forward hammered the ball past Barry Roche.

The hosts' second came just four minutes later when Tudur-Jones knocked down Roberto Martinez's short corner and Trundle stooped to head in as the ball deflected kindly into his path.

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