Jamie Brennan was more interested in the team than the collective as Donegal got the better of Cavan in the Ulster SFC semi-final on a 2-16 to 0-16 scoreline.
The Bundoran forward scored four from play, with his punched effort tying up the scores at 0-9 to 0-9 at the break, before Declan Bonner's side kicked on the in the second half.
"We were going into blind alleys and were a bit unsettled," he said. "There was a real good championship edge. We knew what Cavan were going to throw at us after 2020. I wouldn't worry too much about the man of the match, all you want to do is get the win in the Ulster championship. It's never easy to get a result in Ulster."
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