The Ammies put on an impressive display at the Abbey Stadium with a huge 4-0 away victory over Cambridge United FC this evening (28th Jan) adding another much deserved 3 points to their total of 39 so far this season.
After a pretty frustrating start Lewis missed a chance to score for Cambridge in the 29th minute with an off target header from the six-yard box, it was a sign of things to come for as things would only get worse as the match progressed.
Just three minutes later the first goal for Salford came with Andrade's impressive cross turned in by Rooney which was on target to land in the back of the net, putting the Salford a goal in front at the 32 minute mark.
The rest of the first half was a little humdrum but that as all about to change.
At 51 minutes in things started to liven up as the second goal came from a penalty after the ref blew when Asante went down in the area. Rooney clocked up his second goal of the match as his penalty screamed into the net after Gregg Taylor was penalised for the trip-up.
Just 3 minutes later Salford racked up another after a free kick was cleared only to be put back in by Liam Hogan who dropped it into the box with precision for Hunter to hook it into the goal.
67 Minutes in and it looked like Adam Rooney had scored his hat-trick from a cross from Ashley Hunter but it went wide much to the relief of United.
With just 2 minutes of normal time and 4 minutes added on, Ibou Touray hammered home the final insult as he cut in off the net and sent the ball screaming past Mitov at his near post ensuring Cambridge's seventh defeat in nine matches.
Match attendance was 3,444.
Salford will next face off against Port Vale FC on Saturday 1st Feb for their third meeting of the season.