Gateshead assistant manager Ian Watson says his team’s game plan paid off as they left Boston with a 3-0 victory last night.

Nicky Deverdics, Dominic Tear and Jordan Preston were on target as the Heed ended the Pilgrims’ eight-game unbeaten run.

“It was a really good away performance against a really good side on a very difficult pitch,” Watson told

“We defended brilliantly, caught them on the counter a few times and created a few chances, so all in all it was a very good night for us.

“It wasn’t the type of pitch where we could play out from the back and we didn’t want Brad (James, keeper) having too many touches on the ball.”

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