David Okereke downplayed the brilliance of his goal against Inter Milan in Tuesday’s Serie A match, as he laments the team’s poor run of form.
The Nigerian forward scored with a sumptuous strike in the 3-1 defeat to Inter Milan.
Okereke’s goal was tagged as one of the best seen in the Serie A this season, but the Nigerian isn’t happy with the outcome of the game.
“It’s not my best goal, but for sure scoring at San Siro is never trivial. But I prefer goals that bring points,” Okereke said as per Cremonese website.
“In any case, I want to dedicate it to the fans who even today were very numerous at San Siro to support us. I hope they are not disappointed because we are giving everything and continuing to work I am sure that the results will come.”
After four matches, Cremonese are still without a point, Okereke insists they have keep believing and continue working hard.
“We always try to put on the field what the coach asks us, in the end, we were good but it was not enough.
“But we came out with our heads held high, the championship is long, we have a goal and we have to keep working and staying focused.”
Okereke has featured in all the four matches for Cremonese and scored two goals in the process.
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