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Con­tin­ued from back at the Moss Rose.

The brighter per­for­mance pro­duced a bet­ter at­mos­phere within the sta­dium, and Askey was pleased with how the crowd, who have been wait­ing since Novem­ber to see a home league win, re­acted to what was shown on the pitch.

“It’s up to play­ers to lift the sup­port­ers, it’s dif­fi­cult for the sup­port­ers to lift play­ers, you’ve got to be play­ing and it’s got to be ex­cit­ing for the

‘It’s got to be ex­cit­ing for the sup­port­ers to get be­hind you’

sup­port­ers to get be­hind you, and I thought we did that,” he said. “In the first half we did ok, we were a bit neg­a­tive at times but that’s down the lack of con­fi­dence from pre­vi­ous games.

“The con­fi­dence came back in the se­cond half af­ter we scored and we cre­ated more chances against Lin­coln than what we’ve cre­ated in pre­vi­ous games, so that’s pleas­ing to see.

“Lin­coln are a team who had won four out of the last five so it’s an­other form side who has come to us and it’s a draw but we showed that we’re more than a match for any­one.”

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