St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin praises his side goalkeeper Jak Alnwick after they defeated Ross County 2-0 in the Scottish Premiership.
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but the Buddies owe their victory to their goalkeeper
He made a vital double save in the early stage of the game and helped his side see out an early attack from Ross County.
Goodwin believed Alnwick played a crucial part in their win.
“The result was the most important thing, especially after the defeat midweek to Hibs.
“Given the run we’ve been on, it was important we didn’t lose. We’re delighted to win – it was a really difficult game.
“In the opening 15 minutes they had us pegged back in. The conditions weren’t ideal and we just couldn’t seem to get out.
“If it wasn’t for a fantastic double save by Jak Alnwick, we would have fallen behind – and deservedly so if I’m honest. We weathered that storm and I felt we grew into the game.”