Shaun Hobson scored an excellent goal for Weymouth on Tuesday in their 3-2 defeat to Havant & Waterlooville.
The Terras were defeated in an important fixture in the promotion race in the National League South.
The young defender picked the ball up 25 yards from goal and smashed it from distance, dipping over the ‘keeper.
He also featured in Saturday’s 2-2 draw with Eastbourne Borough, Mark Molesley’s side pegged back in the 95th minute to stop them from securing three points. Hobson received a yellow card. Calum Ward featured in both matches.
Asmir Begovic watched on from the bench as Milan lost to bitter rivals Inter Milan at San Siro on Sunday. His side made the perfect start as goals from Ante Rebic and Zlatan Ibrahimovic put Rossoneri in the ascendancy.
However, goals from Marcelo Brozovic and Matias Vecino in quick succession levelled the scores and Inter Milan went on to become winners as Stefan De Vrij and Romelu Lukaku wrapped up the points and go top of Serie A.
Nnamdi Ofoborh came on as a 90th minute substitute as Wycombe Wanderers cruised to victory at home to Bristol Rovers on Saturday, keeping themselves in second place in League One.
Adebayo Akinfenwa opened the scoring after nine minutes, before Jayden Mitchell-Lawson equalised for the visitors. Darius Charles netted on 39 minutes to regain the lead before Matt Bloomfield fired home the third just minutes later.
Matt Butcher was an unused substitute as St. Johnstone earned safe passage with a 1-2 win over Ayr United at Somerset Park. Aaron Muirhead scored an own-goal and was sent off for Ayr before Callum Hendry headed home to win the game and set-up a home tie with Celtic in the fifth round.
The midfielder didn’t feature in Tuesday’s narrow victory over Aberdeen in the Scottish Premiership, Ali McCann’s sixth minute strike enough to earn the points.
Meanwhile, Mikael Ndjoli also remained on the bench as his Motherwell side drew their Scottish Cup game with St. Mirren on Saturday, Mark O’Hara’s strike cancelled out by Alex Jakubiak’s leveller. The winner of the replay will face Aberdeen or Kilmarnock in the next round.
Jake Scrimshaw came on as a 77th minute substitute as Eastleigh were knocked out of the FA Trophy away to Harrogate Town. Goals from Alex Bradley and Jack Emmett secured the win for the Sulphurites.
NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH
Dinesh Gillela made his debut for Billericay Town on Monday as he played for 59 minutes in the 4-3 win over Grays Athletic in the Essex County Cup.
Jake Robinson scored a hat-trick, including a penalty in added time to win the game, while player-manager Jamie O’Hara substituted himself on to curl home a free-kick from the edge of the box.
The defender was an unused substitute in the National League South match with league leaders Wealdstone. A strike from Moses Emmanuel and a double by Ross Lafayette secured the points.
SOUTHERN PREMIER SOUTH
Cameron Plain continued his fine form for Wimborne Town by keeping a clean sheet in the win over Beaconsfield Town on Saturday.
He played a role for Town’s second goal, his pinpoint pass found Tony Lee on the right wing, his low cross swept home by Luke Burbidge.
Tom Hanfrey started for Blackfield & Langley in their draw with Farnborough on Saturday, Patrick Suraci opening the scoring for the visitors before Bradley Pearce levelled proceedings.
Luke Pardoe was replaced after 45 minutes by Adam Grange in Poole Town’s 0-0 draw with Harrow Borough.
Jack Tornianen was a late change to the starting line-up for Dorchester Town, replacing Charlie Madden. He was unable to prevent a 0-3 defeat for the Magpies.