The midfielder admits he loves the feeling of scoring at the Gallowgate End in a black and white shirt.
He told the Evening Chronicle: "It's two now in front of the Gallowgate End and it's always a special moment.
"It came from Gabby when he came on. He was put on to stretch the game with the pace he's got and it worked.
"He put in Moussa and as soon as he laid it off I knew I was going to hit it.
"It's nice to see it go in but sad that it's not the winning goal. We have to see the game out but we didn't manage it.
"In fairness it was an unbelievable header at the end that only he (Peter Crouch) could score."