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Eddy wonder strike secures FA Cup win for City
TRURO CITY 1
It took 89 minutes for this FA Cup tie to produce its first moment of real quality, but what a moment it was.
A superb 30 yard strike from Liam Eddy - his first goal for the club - was enough to send Truro City into the next round after a dour game against lower league Street.
But for the most part it was poor fare for the 365 fans at Treyew Road.
The first shot of note was 35 minutes in the making, and even then it failed to draw a save out of Street keeper Nathan Whatley, who watched with arms outstretched as Seb Broomfield's 20 yard effort sailed wide.
Truro bossed the game, holding the ball, passing with purpose - until they reached the last third.
Then their patient buildup play seemed to fall apart.
All too often deliveries into the box were poor and final balls went astray.
Indeed, City were enjoying so much possession they were occasionally guilty of switching off at the back. A quickly taken Street free kick just after the break released Jack Malone down the right, and his vicious shot forced a good save out of Ollie Chenoweth at his near post.
Truro's best chance came on the hour mark when a low ball fizzed into the box found Broomfield a yard in front of his marker, but his poked effort was palmed out by Whatley - how much the Street keeper knew about it only he knows.
But it was Liam Eddy's introduction late on that proved decisive.
The game looked to be heading for a draw and a replay until he picked the ball up 30 yards out, turned and hammered an unstoppable drive into the top corner to send City into the next round.