Mansfield Town's chairman has given his Aston Martin car to manager Paul Cox as a reward for beating Barrow 8-1.
Last March, The Blue Square Premier team won 7-0 when they played Barrow. Chairman John Radford vowed to hand over the keys to his 2-year-old prestige car if the club could do better when the two teams next played each other.
The car is worth around £80,000 and has been fitted with a personalised number plate.
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