Ronan Murray was delighted to have scored the winning goal in a gritty team performance on Tuesday night...
Notts County striker Ronan Murray, who scored the winning goal in our 2-1 win at Scunthorpe United in the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy on Tuesday evening, spoke to the media after the game and expressed his delight at grinding out another good result.
Murray, who found the net with a sublime chip in the 32 minute after a delightful pass from Drissa Traore, was full of praise for his team-mate’s delivery to set up what would prove to be the winning goal.
He told the media afterwards: “It was with his left foot, he’s just dug it out, just over the defender, perfect in my path and I knew, if I took a good touch, that was it, it was a goal because it was such a good ball and the touch took the keeper out and luckily it went in.”
The young Irishman was also quick to heap praise on the team as a whole for the way that they ground out the result on the night and is excited for what the future may hold.
“It just tells you what kind of team we have this season, if it tells you anything, we didn’t play particularly well but we won 2-1 and that’s what’s going in the paper tomorrow,” he added.
“If you keep on winning, you never know where you will end up. It’s a great day out at Wembley and the boys are definitely, definitely going for it.”
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