Terras winger Abdulai Baggie believes that Weymouth should have been ‘out of sight’ when they went 2-0 up against Walton Casuals at the Bob Lucas Stadium on Saturday.
The Stags managed to equalise in the closing stages of the game before Brandon Goodship popped up in the 90th minute to gain three points for the Terras.
Speaking to theterras.com Baggie said, “I thought we created a lot of chances in the first half, in terms of that we should’ve been more clinical in the final third.
“Fair play to Walton Casuals, they had a go in the second half and made it difficult for us, but we managed to clinch all three points.”
A win on Saturday meant the Weymouth have now gone a year unbeaten in league competition and meant it was now six games since their last defeat in the league.
Abduali Baggie suggested that Weymouth didn’t give their opposition enough respect in the second half. “I think when we were 2-0 up in the first half we maybe should have been out of sight, but we shouldn’t take Walton Casual too lightly, which I thought we did, we eased off the gas a little bit but we should always be on full throttle.
“We managed to get the winner again like we did Tuesday and we keep going until the end.
“There was a bit of luck for my goal to be fair, but I’ll take any goal at the end of the day but the main thing was the three points.”
Weymouth travel to Taunton Town this Saturday in the Buildbase FA Trophy, there are still places on the supporters coach, to book a seat please contact Pete Pavey on 07969 540427.