U’S PILE MORE PAIN ON CRISIS-
“After that the last two goals we conceded were very bad from our point of view – caught on the break and it makes the score line look horrible and everyone angry.
“Myself and the players are angry.We’re devastated with the result in the end, but it’s the first time I can say that we haven’t done ourselves justice.
“I can’t dress it up as anything other than a bad day at the office but when you look at it we haven’t had many of those this season.” RICHARD Money was impressed with Cambridge United’s make-shift defence as his side picked up a crucial win against struggling Northampton.
Goals from Harrison Dunk and Barry Corr won it for the U’s, with Marc Richards notching for the visitors who also had Lawson D’Ath sent off.
The U’s, who had won just once in their previous nine games, were without a host of first-choice defenders due to injury and suspension, and Money said:“We were a little bit under-strength in defence so to come through against a team that scores goals for fun I think we’ve done extremely well. It got a bit jittery at the end but I think the win will do everybody the world of good and we can gain a bit more consistency and grow.”
Dunk gave Cambridge the lead in the 38th minute, cutting in from the right flank and firing a low shot past Adam Smith.