Striker MacDonald follows orders to bag vital winner
PETER MACDONALD kept Morton c timberland boots for women lear at the top with a fabulous winner then thanked skipper Mark McLaughlin for ordering him into the box to score it.
The hitman powered home a header from a 68th minute free kick after Martin Hardie’s first half opener was wiped out by former Ton striker Iain Russell.
“He said they would float the ball in and told me to get on the end of it. So I peeled off my marker, got above the defender and luckily the header went in.”
MacDonald is convinced Ton have the experience to clinch promotion.
He added: “I won the First Division with St Johnstone while we have other winners like Kevin Rutkiewicz, Hardie, David Graham and Mark McLaughlin who can all lead the boys on.”
Ton took the lead in 15 minutes when Kevin Rutkiewicz nodded timberland boots for women down to Craig Reid, whose shot was parried by Andy McNeil, and Hardie netted th timberland boots for women e rebound.
However, Livi dominated after that only to find Derek Gaston in solid form. Marc McNulty blew a golden chance four minutes before the interval, racing clear before blasting his near post shot straight at Gaston.
But Russell grabbed the equaliser in 53 minutes when he exchanged passes with Tony Andrew at the edge of the box and whipped a shot into the bottom corner.
Livi boss Gareth Evans took a swipe at the home side’s tactics and said: “Morton don’t make any apologies for playing long balls into the box. But we should have dealt with it bet timberland boots for women ter.”