VIDEO: Jon Nolan on his late goal for Lincoln City at Barnet
Lincoln City's late goal hero Jon Nolan admitted his strike which earned the Imps a 1-1 draw at Barnet was all a bit of a blur.
Lincoln had been trailing to a 56th minute Keanu Marsh-Brown wondergoal.
However, they kept pushing for an equaliser and in the depths of injury time a free-kick from Sean Newton was flicked on by Andrew Boyce in the box. The ball fell to substitute Bohan Dixon, but his shot was blocked and Nolan was on hand to pounce and smash the ball into the back of the net with virtually the last kick of the game.
"We were piling on the pressure towards the end, I sort of thought there would be a goal coming, but I didn't think I would be the one on the end of it," said Nolan.
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"I honestly cannot remember any of it, it's all a blur. I didn't know where to ran when I scored. I ran in the opposite direction to the fans, then I stopped and they all piled on."
"It is always exciting when you get a goal late on, but especially against a team like Barnet who are one of the favourites to go up.
"The fans were also brilliant, they helped us all the way. We came out to warm up and they were singing away, it's always a great buzz when they are like that."