Brent Sancho admitted he didn't know why he was in Dunfermline's penalty box when the ball arrived at his feet to score the winner against the Fife side "The ball bounced my way and I just went for it and with the adrenaline flowing I followed it and took my chance. I just kept looking back because I was sure the whistle or something would have gone - I couldn't believe it."
Sancho last scored a goal on the opening day of the American season two years ago, when he hit the net for Portland Timbers. The Trindad and Tobago international hasn't been a starter for Dundee in recent weeks and he said "It's been a tough couple of months for me so it was good to get on the scoresheet. It was a good win but there's a good bit more to be done before we're safe."
He expressed his sympathy for injured team-mate Lee Wilkie "It feels like deja vu because one of my first games for the club was in the Dundee derby and I came on for Lee after he suffered the cruciate injury that kept him out for year. He has been doing really well and it's really sad news, all the boys feel for him. It's too early to say how bad it is, but everyone is just hoping that he'll be okay."