Ideye Thrilled By First Goal Of The Season
Posted: Jul 16, 2012
Haruna Lukman Speaks On Yellow Card
Nigerian striker, Brown Ideye, has played down his goal-scoring heroics for Dynamo Kiev in Saturday's 1-0 win over Metalurh Donetsk in a league opener stating that "winning is all that matters".
Ideye who scored 15 goals for Dynamo last season and four in pre-season for the Ukrainain outfit, continued his rich goal-scoring form when he scored his first goal of the season to earn his side maximum points in the encounter.
"I want to score in every match and most times, I get lucky with the hard work I put into every game,” the former Sochaux hit-man said.
"I thank Yarmolenko for producing the pass in that cagey encounter against Metallurg, though I know it's his job to supply me with those kind of passes. Above all, the main thing is for the team to keep winning and that was what the coach reaffirmed at the break in the dressing room."
The former Ocean Boys striker however refused to set any goal target this season despite finishing second on the scorers chart last term.
He said: "I just want to score more goals this season to show my real qualities."
Also, his compatriot Haruna Lukman who featured in the encounter faulted the referee's decision to award him a yellow card in the 37th minute of the encounter.
"I do not think I deserved the yellow card I got," the former Monaco player who was replaced at half time in the encounter by Dennis Garmash declares.
"But I do not blame the referee. He is in charge of the game and he saw everything better, but I think it was an excessive punishment for me because it was only my first offence in the game.”
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