Good­win wants Wasps buzzing from start

Sunday Mail (UK) - - Sport - Al­loa Ath­letic..... 2 Mor­ton................ 1 John Docherty

Al­loa boss Jim Good­win says he’s sick of see­ing his side give teams a leg up.

Good­win was de­lighted the Wasps ex­tended their un­beaten run to six games but they once again had to bat­tle from be­hind.

Kerr Wad­dell’s dis­as­trous own goal proved enough to sink Mor­ton.

Good­win said: “I was re­ally an­gry at half-time – the first time I have been for a long, long time. I am sick of giv­ing op­po­si­tion teams a goal of a start.

“I am not go­ing to be too hard on the boys but next week I’d like to try and get our noses in front against St Mir­ren and see how that feels. Our sec­ond goal was re­ally for­tu­itous and I feel sorry for the kid.

“He has ob­vi­ously taken his eye off the ball and sliced it into the back of the net.”

Mor­ton took the lead in the 12th minute thanks to Chris Mil­lar’s first time 22-yard strike into the bot­tom cor­ner.

Al­loa lev­elled from the spot in the 66th minute through Alan Trouten after the striker him­self had been brought down by Ton keeper Ryan Scully.

The Wasps won it as Dario Zanatta’s cross into the box was de­flected into the roof of the net by Wad­dell.

Mor­ton man­ager Jonatan Jo­hans­son said : “We gave away a silly, silly penalty which makes it three in two games now. I have never seen any­thing like the sec­ond goal in my pro­fes­sional life.”

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