Wolves midfielder Connor Ronan continues to shine on loan at St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership.

He scored the best goal of his career against Rangers on Sunday, and has already netted more in a single campaign this term than he ever has before.

St Mirren travelled to face Motherwell last night and found themselves 2-0 down due to a Tony Watt double after 51 minutes.

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But Ronan helped his side recover to claim a 2-2 draw, setting up Eamonn Brophy’s goal which started the comeback.

As per WhoScored, Ronan put in an all-round masterclass to earn a match rating of 8.10 out of 10.

His 87 touches of the ball were more than any player on either side managed.

Ronan got four shots away – although only one was on target – and laid on two key passes.

 

He even chipped in with two tackles; among his teammates, only Alan Power managed more.

St Mirren boss Jim Goodwin said he felt his side deserved all three points from the game.

“We’ve had a ten minute spell at the beginning of the second half where everything went against us,” he said.

“For the first 45 minutes, I don’t think I’ve seen a more one-sided game since I’ve been in charge. After 2-0 down, started dominating and had 12, 13, 14 good chances throughout the game.

“We controlled the game for so long and I felt we deserved to win the game. Even the most biased Motherwell fan in the world couldn’t argue with that.”

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