Liam Kinsella helps Walsall hop over Burton into League One top spot

11 October 2015 10:45
A goal in each half took Dean Smith’s side to a 2-0 win and the summit on goal difference after one defeat in 12 gamesWalsall are not getting ahead of themselves but at the Bescot on Saturday they got ahead of Burton Albion by beating them 2-0 to displace them at the top of League One on goal difference, and their manager, Dean Smith, was entitled to say, “Losing one in 12 proves you are up there for a reason.”They have conceded only six goals in those 12 games and lost once, at home to Bury, lying fourth. They should have conceded a seventh here in the 88th minute but Timmy Thiele scuffed his close-range shot with only Craig MacGillivray in goal to beat. The score was 1-0 at the time and the Brewers were coming on strong. Tom Bradshaw’s emphatic penalty for flimsy hands in added time spared a few fingernails. Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian