Ulloa reels away after heading Albion in front


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05:47 10th February 2014
by Ben Soro-Perez
I liked that I scored because it was very important that we won and I want consecutive goals"
Leo Ulloa
Leo Ulloa admitted he was happy to return to goalscoring ways against Doncaster Rovers at the weekend.The South American netted a 76th minute winner to end the Seagulls’ run of three league games without a win, while also ending his own goal drought, having not scored since Boxing Day.
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He told seagulls.co.uk, “It’s difficult when I don’t score because I want to score every game, but I am working on this.
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“I liked that I scored because it was very important that we won and I want consecutive goals – to continue scoring – but it’s more important that we continue to win, and I want to help and I do that by scoring.
“It was a good win, but we need to play with more intensity and heart.
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“They defended very well and we’ll need to show a little more for our next game. It’ll be a difficult game on Tuesday for sure, but we want to win.”

Ulloa celebrates his goal against Doncaster
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Albion’s frontman also had words of encouragement for fellow striker David Rodriguez, who made his home debut against Doncaster.
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“I know him because I have played against him before. He has a good work ethic, he’s fast and he can cross and once he’s adapted to the game, I think he will be a good player for us and he can help me score more.”





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