Rowett delighted with rout

Burton boss Gary Rowett was delighted with his side's biggest ever away win in the Football League, a 4-0 win at Fleetwood.

Last Updated: 16/02/13 at 19:33

Gary Rowett: Pleased with victory

Gary Rowett: Pleased with victory

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Jacques Maghoma scored twice while Calvin Zola and Billy Kee both netted as the Brewers made the most of Fleetwood keeper Scott Davies' red card.

He said: "I'm ecstatic. It was an excellent performance.

"It was a difficult pitch to play on, there wasn't a lot of football to be played.

"At half time we just thought we had a little more to give. Then the penalty and the sending off changes the game.

"If you look at our best performances this season they've been hard working and committed and I'm not ashamed to say those are qualities I admire.

"Any successful side has that in their toolbox. That's something we've got to keep doing."

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