Goodwin wants Wasps buzzing from start
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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