MARK HUDSON hit the headlines as Town clinched a hard-fought 2-1 win at Yeovil.
The midfielder made the scoresheet, then saw red after picking up a second yellow card five minutes into time added on as Town went second in League I after 17 matches.
Already booked for a foul on Paul Terry, the former Chesterfield player was sent off after a sliding tackle on Yeovil scorer Lee Johnson.
“I held my hands up for the first booking, but for the second, the referee (Worcester’s Steve Dorr) showed no common sense,” said Hudson.
“I felt he had the yellow card out even before I made the tackle.”
The dismissal meant Hudson was suspended for the forthcoming home derby with Bradford and he added: “I’m gutted to be missing that game but delighted to have scored what turned out to be the winning goal, because this was a massive victory for us.”
Town dominated the first half at Huish Park after taking an 11th-minute lead through Andy Booth, who tapped in Danny Schofield’s cross after excellent approach play by Andy Holdsworth and Pawel Abbott to record his seventh of the season.
Striker Abbott then went close with an overhead kick as Town turned the screw, with Hudson winning the ball time and time again.