Burton Albion' Damien McCrory hails solid show
DAMIEN McCrory returned from injury with a strong display at left-back for Burton Albion and admitted it was the first time the Brewers had taken advantage of their defensive solidity away from home.
"This is the first time we've capitalised on the chances we create away from home and we've been solid as well, so it was a very good performance," he said.
"I thought we were solid from the word go and didn't really look like conceding at any stage.
"As left-back, the clean sheet pleases me most of all but it was good to get an assist and the four goals have got our goal difference up there again as well."
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The assist came when McCrory cut in from the left before letting striker Billy Kee take over to hit a spectacular second goal for the Brewers.
"I thought, when I cut inside, I was going to let fly with my right foot but Billy was standing in front of me so I kind of had no other choice but to pass it into his feet but he did the rest from there with a great finish," said McCrory.
"The lads are very high in confidence at the moment. We're shooting from all over and haven't conceded many in our last five games.
"We're not slacking off, we're properly going for it."