ZIMBABWE international defender Brendan Galloway was voted the man-of-the-match following his performance in Plymouth Argyle’s 3-0 win over Bolton Wanderers on Tuesday.
The newly capped Warriors star scored the opening goal for Argyle in a game that was played torrential conditions.
And reacting to the result that saw the Pilgrims shooting to the top of the standings of the English League One, Galloway gave credit to his teammates.
The result also meant Galloway’s team has extended its unbeaten run to 13 matches.
“I thought despite the weather, we showed great commitment and stuck with our plans and pushed each other on and got a great result.
“It was quite difficult to judge the ball at times, it was windy, you weren’t quite sure whether the ball was going to bounce or whether it was just going to drop and stick,” Galloway told the club’s website.
“We have a great set of players here though and have a squad that can adapt and change our style depending on the conditions.
“It’s like a brotherhood down here and I am enjoying every second of it. It’s a great squad and we are doing well and are playing with a lot of confidence. I think it shows.”
It was Galloway’s second goal since joining Argyle.
“The goal was instinct. We work on set pieces, and it was a great delivery and header back by Scarrsy.
“I found myself in there, had to improvise a bit, took a touch and then just tried to put it towards the goal,” he said.
The 25-year-old also spoke of the different weather conditions he experienced when he travelled for the World Cup qualifiers against Ghana.
“Over there (Zimbabwe) was hot, too hot,’ he said after Tuesday’s game. Today (Tuesday) was something I have never played in before, something that extreme.
“I thought we coped well though and managed to grab a deserved three points.”