Mick salutes goalscorers as Blues get just rewards
David McGoldrick struck twice and Luke Chambers headed in his first goal of the season after the visitors had taken an early lead through Albert Adomah.
“They started well and we struggled to get to grips with them. I didn’t expect to concede the way we did from a corner though,” the Town boss told the Club website.
“Their goal brought us to life I think. We took the game to them, pushed forward a bit more and overall we deserved it.
“Their ‘keeper made some good saves and I don’t think Deano [Gerken] had too much to do at our end. That’s probably just as well as he had to have stitches before the game after getting an inch gash in his knee during the warm-up.
“Apart from the first 20 minutes, I was really pleased with our performance. I was pleased for Chambo, we have been encouraging our defenders to get into the box and David McGoldrick has been terrific for us again. He’s a really talented player and I’m delighted to have him at this football club.”