Woking were supported by 500 fans at Leyton Orient on Saturday, and they made plenty of noise throughout the afternoon.
Yet they saw their side leave empty-handed, with two goals coming in quick succession in the first half to give the Cards a mountain to climb. Joey Jones’ mistake at the back allowed Macaulay Bonne to open the scoring from a rebound, after goalkeeper Nathan Baxter had made an initial save, before the defender brought down James Brophy inches inside the area for a penalty.
It was a mixed reaction from the travelling faithful at full-time following an eventual 3-0 defeat.
“We always go over to the fans home and away, whether we win, lose or draw,” said boss Anthony Limbrick, speaking to Get Surrey.
“We appreciate their support and I understand their frustration. No one wants to lose 3-0.
“They were very good during the game. They didn’t stop singing and kept pushing the boys on until the end.
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