Adrenalin crucial in keeping us on course, says Mac
MAN of the match Damien McCrory said it was adrenalin which kept Burton Albion going as they came from behind for a second win in three days.
McCrory, playing against his old club, scored his first goal for the Brewers and had an outstanding game in defence in the 3-2 victory over Dagenham & Redbridge, to follow up Thursday night's FA Cup first round replay win at Altrincham.
"Thursday night wasn't going to be an excuse for us," said McCrory.
"The adrenalin keeps you going in an end-to-end game.
"It could have gone either way but Billy Kee came up with a great goal at 2-2. When that went in for 3-2, the adrenalin is going everywhere and you just want to keep going for 90 minutes and keep the win."
McCrory's goal, Burton's first, came after excellent link-up play with Jacques Maghoma on the left, the midfielder backheeling the ball into his path
"Mags and I have formed a good partnership on the left and he knows straight away when I give him the ball, I'll continue my run," added McCrory.
"It was great to score and win against my old club."