AFC Sudbury manager David Batch felt his side more than deserved their late extra-time winner against Redbridge on Tuesday night.
The Yellows boss spoke to deputy sports editor Russell Claydon following Kris Newby’s 119th-minute header finally sealing the tie after it finished 2-2 after 90 minutes.
Daniel Chambers had put The Motormen ahead in the third minute before Newby headed home an eqauliser.
But the visitors went into the break 2-1 ahead when Brian Moses converted from a corner.
Craig Pope’s bundled in a corner after a host of chances went begging for AFC, before the late drama in extra-time.
* For more from David Batch and the latest injury situation at the club, see Thursday’s Suffolk Free Press print edition.