Yellows boss Paul Carden says he was pleased with how his side responded in the second half to beat City of Liverpool 2-1.
A lacklustre first half performance saw Warrington Town go in a goal down, with Tony McMillan scoring an unfortunate own goal off Karl Clair’s shot that hit the crossbar.
Carden said: “In the first half, they were better than us. We had little spells where we were OK but not really a threat.
“We had a few words at half time because we were doing things that weren’t like us. We were turning our backs to free-kicks, they have four men plus the ‘keeper behind the ball when they scored and we’ve got one up and everyone back, so again not what we’re about.
“Second half I thought we showed what we’re about, we had umpteen chances to score more than two, I thought we were a lot better.
“I was pleased with the response. I understand that the game isn’t going to be perfect all the time, and sometimes you just need that half time to re-group.”
Carden also offered an update on his injured players ahead of the new season.
David Raven was forced off early on Tuesday night with a calf niggle, replaced by James McCarten, but the boss says that was just a precaution.
Jack Dunn (calf) is back in training and could get a run out at Runcorn Linnets on Saturday, but Bohan Dixon is still a way off returning following surgery to remove a Bunyan.
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