TOWN manager Andy Ritchie hailed the quality of Malvin Kamara’s finishing and added: “Hopefully there are more to come.”
With Town two down, the former Port Vale player hauled his side back into the game, and took his season’s tally to four, with slickly-taken goals in first-half stoppage time and seven minutes from the end.
That set the stage for Luke Beckett’s dramatic late winner and Ritchie said: “Malvin’s two strikes were fantastic.
“He turned really well for the first one, and if I was their manager, I’d have been looking for the defender to bring him down and take the booking.
“Perhaps he tried to, but Malvin was strong and stayed on his feet before slotting it away.
“And you won’t se many better goals than his second – what a strike!
“The way their keeper was playing, I thought he was going to save it, but it just flew in.”
Ritchie added: “Overall, we did well and showed a lot of grit and determination and we deserved the winner.”