Duff praises Barnsley’s best home performance of the season against Dons
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Dominating from the opening whistle, the Tykes led through Jordan Williams’ strike on 18 minutes, only to be pegged back by Mo Eisa’s fine strike just before half-time.
But a free header for Adam Phillips, and a low drive from Herbie Kane 22 minutes from time secured the points for the hosts.
Duff said: “I thought we were as good as we have been at home. We looked a threat for 95 minute. We played some really good football, not just playing out, but getting in behind and breaking lines. It’s a thoroughly deserved win.
“I think the supporters went home happy because they saw some good stuff.
“I’m disappointed we weren’t winning comfortably by half-time, but we started the second half as we did the first and it’s a credit to the players.
“We mixed it up and played some good football.
“We’re a work in progress, we nearly went a month without scoring a goal.”