SHREWS boss Gary Peters is full of admiration for Paul Mullin - but it was his own super star Ben Davies who inflicted the damage on Stanley.
Hitman Mullin earned Peters praise after opening the scoring for the Reds on 39 minutes.
"The difference between the two sides in the first half was Paul Mullin," said the Shrews boss. "He murdered us. He still bossed the game in the second half and he was the one person you couldn't stop looking at."
However midfielder Davies turned the Reds inside out in the second half, scoring a wonder goal and making the other as Stanley suffered their seventh home league loss of the season - the worst record in League Two.
Davies found time and space to curl a strike into the top of the net on 64 minutes and, four minutes later, he crossed for Dave Hibbert to head home.
Stanley had chances to equalise - Andy Procter had three golden opportunities, Jay Harris had a couple of efforts and Robbie Williams tried his luck but it just wouldn't go in the net for Stanley.
At the other end, keeper Ian Dunbavin was the Reds' hero, making three top class saves.