Date: 7th April 2013 at 11:18pm
Written by:

</p><div style='background-color: #FF0000;'><a href='' title='News Widget'>News Widget</a></div><p>

Scoring at Wembley was a truly unbelievable experience according to Crewe Alexandra striker Max Clayton.

“I don’t remember the celebration I was all over the place” – Max Clayton

The teenager added to skipper Luke Murphy’s opener early in the second-half as Alex claimed the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy with a 2-0 victory against Southend United.

Clayton was later named as the sponsors’ man-of-the-match just eleven months after appearing as a late substitute at the same venue in the play-off final victory against Cheltenham Town.

“To start at Wembley and to win and to get a goal as well, is just everything you dream about,” Clayton told Crewe’s official website.
“I just remember that Byron did brilliantly and drew the goalkeeper and I thought it was taken an age to come to me but I hit it right and it was a great feeling. I don’t remember the celebration I was all over the place with it. You cannot explain it.”


Join The Vital Debate