Manager Paul Cox was delighted with the way our side played in the second half of last night’s dramatic victory over Lincoln City at Sincil Bank.
After a first period in which “we were a million miles off the pace” according to our boss, Matt Green netted in stoppage-time, to move us into the Blue Square Bet Premier play-off zone.
It rounded off a perfect week for our boys, who also defeated Hyde last week and play-off rivals Luton Town in equally dramatic fashion on Saturday.
“I don’t think we played particularly well and credit has to be given to Lincoln, because I thought they battled all the way through the 90 minutes,” said Cox.
“I thought it had 0-0 written all over it and I wouldn’t say the three points were undeserved, but we were quite lucky in the first half as Lincoln were excellent and put us on the back foot.
“We were a million miles off the standard we’ve set ourselves of late, but credit to the boys. There were a few rows in the dressing room at half-time, a few harsh words.”
He added: “They were upset with their own performance and in the second half it was one-way traffic. We had some good chances and you can never write-off Matt Green, who tapped one in at the end.”