The Daggers went out of the LDV Trophy on Tuesday 2-1 after extra time to Wycombe Wanderers at the Causeway Stadium.
The Daggers fielded a full strength side with the only change from the
starting eleven at Morecambe being Sam Saunders returning for Craig
Mackail-Smith who took a knock against the Shrimpers.
Kandol had already hit a post when Paul Benson (right) put the Daggers ahead in the first half after 26 minutes from a
Chris Moore cross. It is Benson's first competitive goal for the club and looks
like it could be the first of many.
Clint Easton equalised for Wycombe just after the hour and the home side,
unbeaten this season except for losing to Aston Villa in the Coca Cola cup
looked the most likely to win the game from then on.
Tony Roberts has made a string of fabulous saves to keep the Daggers in the game.
Bai Mas Lattejallow and Thomas Ward both impressed when given a run as
substitutes and could have won it late on when Wards pass found Lattejallow who
couldn't quite finish.
Easton scored his second goal after seven minutes of the second half of extra time to win the game for
It is to be hoped that the Daggers two hours of exertion is what is really a
meaningless competition does not effect their performance on Saturday when they
head West to take on Forest Green Rovers in the FA Cup.