Interim boss Alex Morris was delighted with the resilience and belief to finish the game so strongly against Ipswich Town at the weekend. Morris was pleased that his players got their reward in the closing minutes with Tom Lowery unleashing an unstoppable equaliser to keep building momentum under the caretaker boss and his staff.
Crewe have managed to secure four points from the last three matches, after trailing to both AFC Wimbledon and Ipswich.
Morris told crewealex.net: “I thought our defensive shape was really good and we missed some opportunities in the first half to counter-attack on them. Maybe that was due to a lack of belief at the top end of the pitch, but we did get in some good positions and couldn’t quite catch them out due to a final ball.
“Things levelled out a bit second half and there was not much happening in either box but we came to life in the last 15 minutes and that was really pleasing. It showed that they are getting stronger mentality and showed that resilience that has not been evident for much of the season.
“I was pleased with the way we finished because we had the ball in their half a lot more, we looked a threat and had them on the ropes for a bit.
“There has been some really strong performances, individually and collectively in the last three games and that bodes well for the future and for us moving forward.”