Scott not impressed as Shots fail to fire
WYCOMBE ........2 ALDERSHOT........1
cede goals.We didn’t do enough in the first-half and defended individually in the second half which is unlike us and it costs you games.”
Matt McClure put Wycombe ahead five minutes in to the second half, taking advantage of a defensive slip to score.
Craig Stanley equalised for the away side, drilling the ball into the bottom corner from 20 yards after good work by Jeff Goulding. But Aldershot’s joy was short lived as in the 75th minute McClure released Grant who coolly finished against his former club.
Victory was Wycombe’s eighth at home win the league and manager Gareth Ainsworth believes improved home form will be key to challenging for promotion next term.
“To be a top side you’ve got to do well at home and this is a good step in creating a home fortress and I want people to come here fearing they’re going to get a tough game,” he said.
“The way we attacked we looked like we could score a lot of goals. It’s a great win for us and I’m really happy with where we are.
“There’s no nothing games, every games got something on it. People are probably coming here thinking Wycombe have nothing to play for and how wrong they’re going to be.”
DOUBLED: Wycombe’s Matt McClure