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Paris: Late goal felt euphoric

Paris discusses Carlisle heroics and looks ahead to Swindon.

19 October 2017

A stoppage time saviour at Carlisle, Paris Cowan-Hall is looking to stretch the Chairboys' unbeaten run on the road at Swindon this weekend.

Thirty seconds of second half added time remained when Cowan-Hall met Joe Jacobson's corner with a clinical header to spark scenes of Wanderers jubilation as they made it 6 games without defeat in Sky Bet League two, and 13 away from home.

Reflecting on the late drama at Brunton Park, Cowan-Hall was delighted to play his part and hopes the late show will give the team a lift going into the weekend at the County Ground.

"It was a dramatic finish.

"JJ put a ball in and I've just gone and met it. I know the areas he can hit, so I just made sure I was there and managed to convert.

"It was a high-scoring game, with three goals each, and to get an equaliser so late on feels euphoric so that will be good for us going into the weekend.

"I've always loved scoring, so whenever an opportunity to get on the scoresheet comes I will try my best to get it, and having just come back into the fold having played a couple of games, I am feeling fitter by the day.

"There aren't any easy games in this league; every game is tough, and when you are coming away to Carlisle - a big journey - it is even tougher.

"So we're going to keep plugging away, try and stay unbeaten and put as many points on the board as we can."

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