Luke Waterfall reflects on Town's away win against AFC Wimbledon.
Shrewsbury Town ran out 1-2 winners yesterday afternoon against AFC Wimbledon.
Town came back from a goal down to take all three points through Luke Waterfall’s two second-half goals.
The Town defender was pleased with the three points and felt his team improved in the second-half.
“It’s a big relief,” the defender said. “I’m glad we went out there better in the second-half.
“First-half we weren’t good enough and we were critical of ourselves.
“We went out there and showed a lot of fight and passion. When we got an early goal I felt we could go on and win the game.
“I thought we put them on the back foot and put a lot of pressure on them.
“We are just really, really relieved to have all three points.
“We had to go out there and show more fight and passion and I felt we did that second-half.”
Waterfall was pleased with his goals, but more pleased to have helped his team take all three points back to Shropshire.
“I always fancy myself to go up there and pop up with a goal,” said Waterfall. “It’s nice to get two, but it was more Important to get the three points for the lads.
“The first was a good knock back by Aaron, I just swung a foot at it and managed to get it in.
“I thought the second one was going wide to be honest. I managed to get something on it and luckily it went into the back of the net.
“It was good timing – with four or five minutes to go. I’m glad we managed to see the game out.
“The lads in there want to win, they want to fight and we are desperate to climb the league. I think you saw that in the second-half.
“The travelling support was good again. I am glad we got the three points for the fans – because they stick with us through thick and thin.
“Credit to them for coming all this way.”