On loan Spurs youngster Ogilvie ‘happy’ with his first ever league goal

Connor Ogilvie celebrates scoring Stevenage's first goal

Connor Ogilvie celebrates scoring Stevenage's first goal - Credit: Archant

Teenager scored opener as Stevenage beat Plymouth Argyle

Connor Ogilvie says he is very happy to have scored his first ever professional goal.

The 19-year-old, who is on loan at Stevenage from Spurs, opened the scoring after six minutes in a 2-1 win over Plymouth Argyle with Chris Whelpdale also getting on the scoresheet.

Speaking afterwards, Ogilvie said: “It was a great win. We stuck at it and kept to the game plan, and it worked.

“We’ve got seven points out of nine points now.

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“We’ve been working on it in training, to get up against them in the first 10 minutes and it’s obviously worked. It’s a first league goal [for me] so I’m very happy with that.

“I saw the goalkeeper go down early so I went over the top, so thanks to [Tom] Pett for putting me in.”

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Asked about getting feedback from his parent club after games, the defender added: “I get feedback after every game, so it’s good having them watching me and knowing what I’m doing.”

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