Murray knows the importance of victory
Ronan Murray hopes there are more goals to come, after opening his account for Plymouth Argyle in their 2-1 npower League Two home victory over Barnet on Saturday.
The loan signing from Ipswich Town scored what turned out to be the match-winner in the 48th minute as the Pilgrims came from behind to beat their relegation rivals and move off the bottom of the table.
Barnet took the lead in the 21st minute, but Argyle captain Conor Hourihane equalised before half-time and then Murray struck his telling blow soon after the interval.
Murray said: "We're down there fighting for our lives and this was a big game. We've got a tough run of games coming up in the next four or five weeks and we needed to get Barnet back near us. We knew the importance of the game and, luckily enough, we came out with the win."
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Murray, 21, made his fifth start, and seventh appearance overall, for the Pilgrims on Saturday. He said: "We played well in the first half – probably the best I have seen us play since I have been here. They [Barnet] caught us on the break but, luckily enough, Conor got us back on track before half-time and we nicked it in the end."
Murray played as part of an attacking trio in a new 4-3-3 formation implemented for the match by Argyle manager John Sheridan.
His decisive goal came after a miscued shot from Andres Gurrieri broke to him and he did the rest, slotting low into the net from six yards out.
Murray said: "It just fell to me. Andy had a shot and it kind of shanked off his ankle. I have just taken a touch and whacked it. Luckily enough, it has gone in. Hopefully, there are more to come."