Scott not im­pressed as Shots fail to fire

WY­COMBE ........2 ALDER­SHOT........1

The Football League Paper - - LEAGUE TWO - By Thomas Wil­liams

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

MATT McCLURE

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.