The Protectors have now won two matches on the trot after their disaster start to the season where they only won 1 point from 3 matches.
While Paul Lee
was delighted with his players' efforts against the Eagles, Lee
believes there is more to come from them as they gradually recover from
their early-season slump.
"We have only won two games in a row
and there are still a lot of matches to be played," he said. "I want to
be humble with my players.
"We want to keep working hard and show
our passion and determination in every game. If we do so, I think we
can have even better peformances in the future.
"I think this
kind of situation happens all the time in football - us conceding in the
first half. But I told my players not to worry and to keep up with our
"I believed we could get back in the second half and in the end, they put in a good effort which I really appreciate."
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