“After Notts County win, Ben Foster shares meeting with Wrexham proprietors Reynolds and McElhenney”

“Wrexham’s Win Over Notts County: Ben Foster’s Penalty Save Secures Victory and Kisses from Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney”

In an exhilarating National League match, Wrexham secured a vital win over title rivals Notts County, with a breathtaking penalty save from goalkeeper Ben Foster in the seventh minute of injury time. The club’s famous owners, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney, were in attendance and celebrated in style, with Foster revealing that McElhenney gave him a congratulatory kiss on the lips and Reynolds called him a “double handsome b*****d.”

Foster was effusive in his praise for the club’s owners, saying that they were “top of the class” and “as good as it gets,” and added that he had been impressed by the professional running of the club since his return. The victory puts Wrexham three points clear at the top of the table with five games remaining, and both Reynolds and McElhenney expressed their delight on social media.

The match was a testament to the passion of non-league football, played in front of a packed stadium of 10,000 fans, and Foster described the win as “historic on every level.” Wrexham will next face Barnet on Saturday, hoping to maintain their grip on the National League title.

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