Robinson hails complete away performance

Saturday, February 10, 2018

‘Well boss Stephen Robinson hailed a true team performance as his side progressed to the quarter final of the Scottish Cup.

Goals from Craig Tanner and Curtis Main secured a 2-0 victory over Dundee at Dens Park, on an afternoon when ‘Well dominated the encounter.

And the manager was delighted with his teams performance from start to finish, all over the pitch.

“I think that was the complete away performance,” the Northern Irishman said.

“We played in their half of the pitch and we played some good football as well. We were well worth our win today.

“The three boys at the back and the two wing backs were excellent. I don’t think Charles Dunne gets the plaudits he deserves but over the past month or so he’s been terrific for us. As have the whole back line, they give you a base to play from.”

And on Trevor Carson’s crucial save, the manager added: “It’s only 1-0 at that point and Trevor makes a big save, that turns the game and the crowd get behind us. It shows the importance of keeping him here.”

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