“In a sense I did, but I also didn’t want to go and chase things to try and make an impact. I just wanted to be positive about any decisions I had to make.”
Amos praised his team-mates at the other end of the park for being just that – positive when it counted, from the penalty spot.
“They were obviously really cool under pressure and kept their heads,” said Amos, on Javier Hernandez and Dimitar Berbatov’s match-winning penalties.
“I was happy to see them both go in, and we could have had another penalty later on.
“I thought we controlled the game really quite well throughout. We deserved to win tonight.”