FOREST Green's miserable season hit a new low on Saturday as a 2-0 home defeat to Harrogate Town saw them drop to the foot of the League Two table.

Goals from Jack Muldoon and Abraham Odoh gave the visitors all three points against 10-man Rovers.

Defeat left Troy Deeney winless in six matches as Forest Green boss and his side dropped to the bottom of League Two.

A mix-up between debutant goalkeeper Tommy Simkin and defender Dom Bernard gave Harrogate a free-kick 20 yards out but George Thomson’s strike deflected narrowly wide in the first half.

Alex Rodriguez was then sent off after being given a second yellow card for a late challenge on the dangerous Odoh just after the half-time break.

Minutes later Odoh drilled a low delivery across the six-yard box and it was diverted into the net by forward Muldoon six yards from goal.

Matty Stevens was denied a superb solo goal at point-blank range by former Rovers goalkeeper James Belshaw.

Town winger Odoh then doubled the Harrogate lead when Matty Daly’s cross-field pass found the winger before he side-footed past Simkin into the far corner.

After back-to-back draws in the league, Deeney's side are now winless in the league since a 2-1 home win over Crawley Town at the end of October.