Tudgay opens Reds account
“On a personal note to get a goal I’m very pleased but I’ve still got that thought in my head with my man getting a free header.” Tudgay told Barnsley Player. “It niggled me throughout the game and I wasn’t happy for my man to score, it’s not me.
Striker Marcus Tudgay notched his first goal as a Red last night against Burnley at Oakwell. The 29-year-old gave his thoughts to Barnsley Player following last night’s 1-1 draw.
“I kept going and kept working hard. I’m being harsh on myself but to let my man score is too easy.”
Despite letting his man go for Burnley’s opener, Marcus was pleased with his looping header that eventually earned his side a vital point but was certain his side were to go on and win.
“The game went on and I believe we should have had the three points.”
“For me, anything on my head it’s going into the back of the net,” he added. “If the crosses come in between me and Craig (Davies) one of us will get on the end of it.
“They (Burnley) were blowing, they were ready for the whistle to be blown and the ball kept being hoofed up the pitch. I felt we were getting stronger.
“If we get some more crossing opportunities and put more crosses into the box I believe we will go on and score goals.”
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