As usual Gary Johnson's half time team talk seemed to work as Yeovil came out much more positive in
the second half. Kevin Amankwaah had been forced off with an apparent hamstring strain and his replacement,
debutant David Woozley, got his first taste of the action, brilliantly slamming the brakes onto a Boston attack.
With few chances being created by either team and with the 75th minute quickly approaching both managers made
changes, Jermaine Easter replacing Daryl Clare who apart from the offside goal had been rather anonymous and
Bartosz Tarachulski replacing Marcus Richardson who despite many neat touches had been unable to stamp any
authority on the game.
This substitution breathed some life into Yeovil who all of a sudden were oozing confidence and Boston
were forced back into their own half for long periods as Yeovil finally started to show the watching thousands
why we are the top scorers in English football. Eventually league goal number 78 was scored, as Lee Johnson
swung in another brilliant corner from the right, which once again found Terry SKIVERTON who buried the ball
in the bottom right corner for his second goal of the game. 1-2
Yeovil hung onto the lead for the remaining few minutes and were unlucky not to extend the lead further as
the inspirational Tarachulski came agonisingly close to bagging his 11th goal in the league this season.
All in all Yeovil probably edged the game in terms of play, and despite the difficult conditions came away
with all three points, and are now four points clear at the top of League Two.
MOTM Vote Result:
Overall match rating: 6.1 / 10
67 votes received.
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