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Ryan Reynolds says Wrexham’s dramatic 6-5 win over Dover has ‘taken nine years’ off his life

Hollywood star Ryan Reynolds desires to be BURIED in Wales and says Wrexham’s dramatic 6-5 win over relegated Dover has ‘taken nine years’ off his life

  • Ryan Reynolds says Wrexham’s 6-5 win over Dover has taken years off his life
  • The Red Dragons had been shedding 5-2 with simply over half hour left to play within the conflict
  • A brace from Ollie Palmer and two added-time strikes sealed the three factors

Ryan Reynolds has joked that watching Wrexham’s outstanding 6-5 victory over Dover Athletic on Saturday took ‘nine years off his life’.

The Red Dragons discovered themselves trailing 5-2 to Andy Hessenthaler’s aspect with simply over half hour left to play on the Racecourse Ground, which might have been an enormous blow to their ambitions of promotion to League Two this season.

A brace from striker Ollie Palmer and added-time strikes from Jordan Davies and Daniel Jarvis secured the three factors in an 11-goal thriller.

Ryan Reynolds has joked that Wrexham's  6-5 win over Dover took 'nine years off his life'

Ryan Reynolds has joked that Wrexham’s  6-5 win over Dover took ‘nine years off his life’

The Red Dragons came back from trailing 5-2 to Dover to win 6-5 in extra-time in Wrexham

The Red Dragons got here again from trailing 5-2 to Dover to win 6-5 in extra-time in Wrexham

The victory strikes Wrexham as much as second within the National League as they leapfrogged Chesterfield, though they continue to be 10 factors behind leaders Stockport County.

Red Dragons co-owner and film star took to Twitter: ‘I simply lost 9 years off my life. And I’m okay with that. Apologies to my household. Also, bury me in Wales.’

Fellow co-owner Rob McElhenney, who’s finest identified for starring in ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ – additionally took to Twitter after the action-packed sport in north Wales.

Fellow co-owner Rob McElhenney also took to Twitter after the action-packed 11 goal thriller

Fellow co-owner Rob McElhenney additionally took to Twitter after the action-packed 11 objective thriller

He wrote: ‘I like this sport. I hate this sport. I like this sport. UP THE TOWN. (sic)’

Paul Mullin gave Wrexham the lead and James Jones put them 2-0 forward, as they regarded set to cruise to victory, however guests Dover hit again by George Wilkinson earlier than Alfie Pavey equalised.

Michael Gyasi’s hat-trick gave Dover a 5-2 lead earlier than Ollie Palmer pulled two targets again with Jordan Davies and Jarvis finishing a outstanding comeback.

During greater than nine minutes of stoppage time Jordan Davies’ free-kick introduced the hosts degree earlier than Jarvis utilized the ultimate contact following a nook for the winner. 

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