It was a perfect ending to Jamie Buhrer's 150th game as he kicked the match winning assist to teammate Shaun Kenny-Dowall.
Buhrer spoke to Knights TV in the sheds after the match and said it was a great way to win.
"It was certainly great to get the win under those circumstances, a little bit unusual," Buhrer smiled.
"It was a little bit disappointing the fact I had to shift there (halfback) because Mitchell (Pearce) went off but I'm just really stoked with the effort of the boys.
"It means a lot to me that it was my 150th... all in all it's very satisfying."
The forward admits kicking in high pressure moments isn't something he's done a lot of, but it paid off in the end.
"When you've got a player like Shaun (Kenny-Dowall) on the wing, he can just about out jump anyone, so you've just got to get it there or thereabouts and I was lucky enough to get it there," Buhrer explained.
"Shaun did the rest, so I was very happy to see him plant that ball down."
Defeating the Wests Tigers who are in red hot form, Buhrer maintains it's a huge confidence boost for the side.
"We have certainly got a lot of belief in the team, we're a team of workers and willing to work really hard for one another," he said.
"So are the Tigers, they didn't give it away, they made us earn it and they're very similar to us in that they're willing to work really hard for each other.
"It's good to come on the road, out to Tamworth, a country town and get a good win so it'll be a happy bus trip home."
Next week the Knights travel to Lottoland to take on the Manly Sea Eagles to hopefully make it two from two against them this season.
"It will be interesting to see how the game goes tomorrow, Manly are quite desperate and so are Parramatta," Buhrer commented.
"Manly are going to be a tough proposition at Lottoland so we're going to rest, recover and next week will be a tough affair."
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