Burton Albion’s Cauley Woodrow has told the Burton Mail that he doesn’t care about the quality of goals he scores as long as they go in the back of the net.
Woodrow scored the only goal of the game in Burton’s big match against Nottingham Forest and it certainly wasn’t a classic that will be remembered. His free kick from just outside the box managed to get through the wall and past the Forest keeper to claim what would be an important win for the Brewers as they continue their fight against relegation.
The former Fulham striker has admitted that it wasn’t the best free kick he ever took as he believed he didn’t hit the wall quite right but was very happy that it went in. That’s because he doesn’t really care about the quality of the goals he scores because it doesn’t matter how they go in, just matters that it goes in.
He said: “Jackson (Irvine) won the free kick on the edge of the box and Lloyd Dyer asked me if I wanted to take it,”
“I saw a little gap in the wall and there was a charger, and I managed to put it through the gap. For some reason the keeper moved to his right as I took it and gave him no chance, really, to get back and save it.”
“I don’t think I hit it too well. It’s not like it went right in the corner or anything. As long as it goes in, it doesn’t really matter how. I’m really pleased.”