Darren Currie described Barnet’s 2-0 win over Aldershot Town, their 50th competitive game of the season, as “very pleasing”.
Goals from Ephron Mason-Clarke and Shaquile Coulthirst meant the Bees extended their unbeaten run in the National League to five games and they have also now kept a clean sheet in their last four to pull further away from the drop zone.
Currie told the club’s website: “It was very pleasing. Obviously it was another clean sheet which was important, epitomised by Elliott [Johnson’s] block right at the death there.
“They want to keep clean sheets so it was very pleasing in that respect. There were two fantastic goals.
“Shaq’s one was a brilliant curler into the top corner and something we spoke about at half-time which played its part in the first goal, which was finished off with a great header but a wonderful cross from Elliott so it was really pleasing.”
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