West Ham United midfielder George Moncur made it two goals in as many games as a Colchester United player on Saturday but could not prevent the U’s losing 2-1 at Bristol City.

The 21-year-old, who is on a six-month loan deal at the Colchester Community Stadium, netted after just nine minutes to hand the Essex side the lead at Ashton Gate, before two second-half goals from Aaron Wilbraham secured victory for the Robins.

Elsewhere, fellow Hammers loanee, goalkeeper Raphael Spiegel, was an unused substitute during Crawley Town’s 1-0 home win against Swindon Town, with manager John Gregory opting to play veteran Brian Jensen instead.

New Crawley signing Izale McLeod scored his third goal in as many games to hand the Red Devils victory in League One.