February 26, 2013
Schu stuns Swindon
|Steven Schumacher (21')|
|1 Wesley Foderingham||1 Trevor Carson|
|22 Darren Ward||3 Joe Skarz|
|3 James McEveley||6 Ashley Eastham|
|4 Aden Flint||34 Ethan Ebanks-Landell|
|6 Alan Navarro||8 Steven Schumacher|
|18 Tommy Miller||35 Tom Soares|
|12 Alan McCormack||13 Mark Carrington|
|11 Gary Roberts||7 David Worrall|
|9 James Collins||32 Zac Thompson|
|23 Raffaele De Vita||31 Craig Fagan|
|16 Andrew Williams||15 Nicholas Ajose|
|30 Leigh Bedwell||Cameron Belford 30|
|15 Nathan Thompson||Carl Regan 19|
|31 Aaron Oakley||Craig Jones 9|
|7 Luke Rooney||David Healy 25|
|19 Louis Thompson||Jonson Clarke-Harris 26|
|28 Adam Rooney|
|Nathan Thompson for Alan Navarro (60)||Craig Jones for Tom Soares (80)|
|Adam Rooney for Raffaele De Vita (67)||Jonson Clarke-Harris for Craig Fagan (80)|
|Luke Rooney for Gary Roberts (74)|
|Joe Skarz (62)|
|Craig Fagan (70)|
|Tom Soares (71)|
|Mark Carrington (78)|
|Jonson Clarke-Harris (81)|
|Steven Schumacher (83)|
|· Squads: Swindon Town | Bury|
Steven Schumacher scored the only goal as Swindon's promotion challenge stuttered with a 1-0 home defeat by Bury.
Schumacher had enough chances for a hat-trick as Swindon looked lost without the influence of departed manager Paolo di Canio.
Lowly Bury had no trouble containing the sporadic home attacks after Schumacher had opened the scoring in the 21st minute with a near-post strike from Joe Skarz's cross.
Schumacher fired over after 73 minutes and came close to adding to his 10 goals for the season in the last minute only to be denied by a fine save from Wes Foderingham.
Swindon had to wait until the 79th minute before managing their first shot on target, a free-kick from substitute Luke Rooney which caused no trouble for goalkeeper Trevor Carson.
Swindon's unexpected defeat was their first in three months while Bury's win gives them renewed hope of avoiding the drop from League One.