#WxmAnorak | Wrexham AFC 3 Chorley 1

This is the first competitive match between Wrexham and Chorley.

Wrexham’s 100th game on Boxing Day.

Wrexham’s full record on Boxing Day

Wrexham have won 3 out of 4 league games in December: the most wins managed in any month this season in all competitions.

Wrexham have won 3 of their last 4 league games by two goals, having previously not won a league match by more than 1 goal all season.

Rob Lainton made his first assist for Wrexham.

Rob Lainton made his second penalty save for Wrexham – the previous one was on his debut at Dover on the first day of last season. He has saved 2 out of 5 penalties faced.

First assist by a Wrexham goalkeeper in 230 games, since 18/8/15 (Cameron Belford to Adam Smith, Kidderminster Harriers (a) 3-1)

Last time Wrexham conceded from a penalty at home in the league 28/8/18 (Bromley (h) 2-2). Since then, Christian Dibble saved a penalty against Harrogate and Rob Lainton saved a penalty today.

Chris Holroyd took 3 penalties for Wrexham, and scored them all.

Chris Holroyd completes his hat trick against Torquay.

Wrexham’s biggest home attendance in 14 games, since 31/8/19 (Stockport County)

Wrexham’s 4th biggest home crowd of the season.

Devonte Redmond is the first Wrexham player to make two assists in the same game since 12/10/19 (Ben Tollitt St Mirren Colts (h) 4-1)

Devonte Redmond is the first Wrexham player to make two assists in the same league game since 6/4/19 (Luke Young Braintree (h) 3-1)

Omari Patrick is the first Wrexham substitute to score since 28/9/19 (Paul Rutherford (Ebbsfleet United (h) 1-0)

Omari Patrick has scored 4 goals in his loan spell, which makes this the most prolific season of his career.

JJ Hooper’s first league start since 26/10/19 (Dagenham (a) 1-2)

The second time in 26 games that Wrexham have scored in both halves.

Ntumba Massanka is the first substitute to score past Wrexham at The Racecourse since 5/1/19 (Anthony Jeffrey Dover Athletic (h) 0-1)

Luke Young made his 300th career league appearance.

Paul Rutherford made his 150th league appearance for Wrexham.

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