Cole Skuse delighted to open his Town account and praises the professional way Blues went about their business at Portman Road
Cole Skuse praised the ‘professional’ way Town went about their business, as the Blues brushed aside Cardiff to earn a huge three points at Portman Road.
The midfielder finally opened his account for the Club, with a spectacular strike which was sandwiched between goals from strike duo Freddie Sears and Daryl Murphy.
Eoin Doyle had pulled the Bluebirds level but Skuse’s screamer was the highlight as Town made ground in the hunt for a top six finish, with the midfielder admitting he’s endured some stick about his lack of goals until tonight.
“That was a massive three points for us tonight, a huge win,” Cole told the official Club website.
“I thought, second-half especially, we were really professional and solid in the way we went about our work and it was topped off with Murph’s goal at the end there.
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“Obviously I’m delighted with my goal, but the points are the main thing. A goal from me has been a long time coming and I’ve taken a fair amount of stick in the dressing-room!
“None more so than from James Pullen [Club masseur], so when I scored I ran over to the bench to celebrate with him.
“As soon as I hit it I knew it had a chance of going in. It fell nicely for me to hit, although I could hear Tommy Smith behind me saying ‘it’s too far, come back!’
“Thankfully I managed to make good contact after ignoring him and it was a great feeling to see it hit the back of the net.
“Tonight was a huge win for us and I thought everyone was in it together, from the pitch right up to the fans on the terraces.
“We can’t take anything for granted though and we will be getting ready for another massive game on Saturday against Wolves.”