Lincoln City's Bohan Dixon punishes halting Hyde
Bohan Dixon said he played to the whistle as he headed in his second goal in Lincoln City's 3-0 win over Hyde FC at Sincil Bank in the Skrill Premier.
The Imps were leading 2-0 when they won a corner on 89 minutes. It was whipped in by Alan Power, and the Hyde defence seemed rooted to the spot as Dixon jumped unmarked at the far post to head home.
The Hyde players protested that they thought referee Wayne Barratt had called for the game to come to a stop, but Dixon insisted he just had the goal in his mind.
"With the second one I don't know what happened. It seemed like everyone stopped and the referee carried on, so I did," said Dixon.
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"I never heard a call to stop the game."
The win was a relief to Lincoln City who had suffered back-to-back defeats away to Luton and Hereford ahead of Saturday.
The result lifted them up to seventh in the Skrill Premier, just three points off next weekend's opponents Nuneaton who sit second in the table.
"We're made up with the result, especially after suffering two defeats," said Dixon.
"I hope I can keep going now and hope I can get a start as well.
"We just got to keep going, glad I got the three points, now just have to keep going."