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Jim McGuinness happy to see Donegal spread the scores around

Donegal manager Jim McGuinness was pleased with the way the points were spread around as his side battled past Louth and into the All-Ireland SFC semi-finals.

McGuinness' men ran out 1-23 to 0-18 winners at Croke Park thanks to a powerful second-half performance that saw Donegal outscore the Wee County by 1-12 to 0-10.

Up next for Donegal is a semi-final showdown with Galway in two weeks, after the Tribesmen stunned defending champions Dublin on Saturday.

For now however, McGuinness is happy to reflect on a job well done against a Louth side that he believes are on the up.

"We're happy we're in the next round I suppose," was his immediate reaction when speaking to RTÉ's Sunday Sport.

"Louth asked a lot of questions of us, scored 18 points against us so there's areas there that we want to work on, but overall, we're happy.

"We've managed to keep the scoreboard ticking over for basically the whole way through the game. They tightened it up a couple of times, but Louth are a good side and on the right trajectory.

"They’ve done a really good job and they know Croke Park as well. They've played more Championship matches here than us and pushed the Dubs close a couple of times.

"So all of that was sort of factored in. As long as we got over the line, we were going to be happy and thankfully we did."

The most impressive part of Donegal’s performance was the variety of scorers.

McGuinness teams are more renowned for their defensive prowess than the attacking side of the game, so it gave the manager particular joy to see 11 of his players get their names on the scoresheet.

He said: "I suppose we're fortunate that we have a number of fellas that can put the ball over the bar, so that spread of scorers is there, and that facilitated us