The Owls worked hard to beat an already relegated side and it took a second-half penalty from Lee Gregory, after the impressive Nathaniel Mendez-Laing was brought down in the box, to find the breakthrough on Wednesday.
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A host of missed chances came and went early in the game – one in particular from Saido Berahino had to be seen to be believed – but at this stage of the season, points are all that matter and Moore was just delighted to walk away with victory. to follow a much more eye-catching display against MK Dons on Saturday.
“We missed some great chances and three of them were inside the penalty area, but as long as we create chances and stay calm and patient, I’m still sure we’ll get through eventually. score one, even though it came from the penalty spot at the end,” the Owls boss said.
“I’m really happy with the clean sheet and maintaining our form at home.
“It gives us confidence and momentum after another win after a tough game because anyone who came here thinking Crewe was relegated and was going to lay down for us quickly realized that wouldn’t be the case. .
“They were very competitive in midfield and we had to be careful with their counter-attacks.
“Even though the shot count was 17-to-1 in our favor and no one could argue that we didn’t deserve to win, we had to put people in the right places to make sure they didn’t break us that what they were trying to do. do sometimes. We rescinded that threat.
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This notice was published: 2022-04-19 22:33:58