Derby County striker David McGoldrick scored a dramatic late winner as the Rams overame Newport County in the Second Round of the Emirates FA Cup on Sunday afternoon.

The Rams faced a scare when the League Two outfit took the lead late in the first-half but second-half goals from Louie Sibley and McGoldrick ensured it was Derby who progressed into the Third Round with a 2-1 success.

Speaking to ITV Sport after the game, McGoldrick gave his verdict on the performance after bagging his seventh goal of the season.

On the game...

It was one of those cup games and I've been in many during my career. We knew it was going to be a tough one.

In the first half we were way below our best and we went down 1-0 and that's how it should be.

We knew we had to come out in the second half and make changes. We came out on the front foot and we came out with the win in the end, which is the most important thing in an FA Cup tie

On the first-half...

We weren't at the races. I don't know if we came here expecting to play too much football, we weren't given the time to do that.

They got a lot of long throws and long balls on to us. We had to fight and compete, and we needed a little rocket up us in the second half to come back and battle.

On his goal...

I scored a late winner against Peterborough United at the start of the season which also got us the win and that felt good too, but any goal as a striker is great so to get another and to get through to the next round is perfect.

On life under Paul Warne...

We were more possession based under Liam Rosenior but now we're a bit more on the front-foot. We play with attacking wingers and we're always trying to get crosses into the box for the likes of myself, Collins, Osula and Dobbin.

It's his way of playing and it gets results. You've seen the way his teams have been in the past, his Rotherham teams were hard to play against and he's creating that atmosphere here.