Michael Duff spoke exclusively to iFollow Barnsley after the Reds ran out as 3-1 winners against Portsmouth on Tuesday evening.
James Norwood gave us the lead with a cool finish from inside the area, before Nicky Cadden doubled our advantage in spectacular fashion - bending into the corner from range.
Colby Bishop got one back for the visitors, but Devante Cole's tenth league goal of the season in the 60th minute put a dampener on any hope of a Pompey comeback.
"I've just been told that's nine wins in the last ten home games, so pleasing. I can't stress it enough, Portsmouth are a good side. I think they've taken 20 points from the last 10.
"I thought we started well from the first minute. We got on the front foot, scored some good goals. Little bit disappointed that at half-time we weren't completely out of sight. At 2-0, there's always a chance. We gave them a poor goal but got straight back on the front foot. A really pleasing night."
There was a touching moment during our opener, coming during the 16th minute. Prior to the match, it was decided that this was when supporters would 'shine a light' for Beth.
As Norwood rolled home, he did so in front of three sides of Oakwell shining their torches in support of Beth as she continues to recover from her life-saving surgery three weeks ago.
"I don't know whether that's in the stars or what. Our thoughts still go out to Beth and her family, hopefully, she's getting stronger. But literally, as he scored the goal all the lights come on. It's a really nice thing."
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