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Patience key for Burr
8:23pm Sunday 18th August 2013 in News
STEVE Burr was pleased to see his side's patience pay off after yesterday's last gasp 1-0 win at Braintree.
Harriers had spent the entire game trying to break down the Iron but captain Kyle Storer pounced with a dramatic 89th minute header.
The Carpetmen have won two of their first three games in the Skrill Premier.
"I think the message at half-time was don't get frustrated," said Kidderminster's manager.
"We dominated the first half and it was pretty similar to in the week against Alfreton.
"We created a lot of chances, hit the bar and I thought some of our football was excellent.
"In the second half, Braintree came out stronger but I told the lads not to get frustrated because we felt we would score."
The goal was even more satisfying as substitute Jack Byrne, who is still finding his sharpness after a season out injured, produced a brilliant cross to set-up Storer and make it two goals in as many games.
Burr added: "It was a great cross and Kyle made a good run into the box and it was an unstoppable header. It was fantastic to see it go in especially so late on."
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