Clyde win it at the last

Rutherglen Reformer - - Motoring Guide -

Ber­wick Rangers .. 2 Clyde ..................... 3

You can al­ways bet on Clyde to de­liver some late drama.

And the Bully Wee pro­vided that on Satur­day, as they fought back from a two goal half-time deficit to sink Ber­wick 3-2.

Stephen Scott and Jack Ogilvie put the home side ahead be­fore David Good­willie and Karim Belmokhtar made it all square and the French-Al­ge­rian striker won it late in in­jury time, scor­ing on the re­bound af­ter his first shot was blocked to keep Danny Len­non’s side third.

Gaffer Danny hailed his play­ers char­ac­ter af­ter they fought back.

He said: “At half-time we asked the guys to show char­ac­ter and we made the changes that we felt were needed for the sit­u­a­tion. It wasn’t that we had played badly in the first half, we just didn’t make the right choices es­pe­cially in pos­ses­sion.”

The Clyde boss was also pleased at his team’s qual­ity through­out the squad, be­liev­ing that helped to in­spire the come­back

He added: “It was fan­tas­tic to see again that we never give up. I was also proud to see the depth that we have in the squad now - the qual­ity that we had to come on from the bench. Ross, Karim and Jack all had a pos­i­tive im­pact.

“The fans, once again, were mas­sive through­out.”

Clyde now turn their at­ten­tion to a lo­cal derby with Queen’s Park, trav­el­ling to Ham­p­den on Satur­day.

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