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Clarets teenager on adapting to life in the first team
« : 09 Январь 2019, 10:11:52 »
Clarets teenager on adapting to life in the first team


DWIGHT McNeil admits sbobet24 he is trying to stay cool having announced his arrival in the Burnley team with a trio of impressive performances. The 19-year-old was handed a Premier League start against West Ham late last month and was on target in a 2-0 win before shining again in the victory at Huddersfield and the 1-0 defeat of Barnsley in the FA Cup last time out. With Aaron Lennon out injured and Robbie Brady suspended McNeil, who made his debut for the Clarets as a late substitute against Bournemouth on the final day of last season, is set to retain his place for the crunch clash with Fulham this weekend.

And the teenager, who was man of the match in the win against the Tykes, believes he is coping well with the transition into the starting XI. "I just try and treat everything as a normal game and not try and let the expectations and emotions get to me," the winger said. sbobet24 "I just try and be the most composed I can be. "Just before games you have to take everything out of it and treat it as a normal game and see how everything goes but I think I am doing well at the moment. "I thought it would be harder than it has been to be honest but I have just taken it in my stride."

He added: "I am building experience, getting games under my belt and getting minutes in and that is the main thing. "At the minute my confidence is high but I have to keep going and keep working hard. "The main aim is trying to keep my place in the side because that is what I want to do, play every week but we will have to see what happens. sbobet24 "The Clarets return to action this weekend looking to make it four straight wins and pull clear of the Premier League relegation zone. Sean Dyche's side head into the clash with Fulham two points clear of the bottom three and four ahead of relegation rivals Fulham who have not won any of the 11 away league games this season and were dumped out of the FA Cup by League Two Oldham last time out.

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AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham: Scott Wagstaff double helps Dons seal historic win
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AFC Wimbledon 4-2 West Ham: Scott Wagstaff double helps Dons seal historic win


บอล ชุด AFC Wimbledon produced a stunning performance to hold off a second-half comeback from West Ham and earn a 4-2 FA Cup scalp. The side bottom of League 1 turned the form book on its head and showed more industry and desire than their Premier League visitors in the first half, and were rewarded with a comfortable lead at the break through Kwesi Appiah's deflected opener (34) and Scott Wagstaff's smart finish on the break (41).

West Ham looked far more competitive following a triple half-time substitution from Manuel Pellegrini, but not before Wagstaff had scored Wimbledon's third just 37 seconds after the restart when his superb flick from Appiah's cross beat Adrian. The Hammers threatened to extinguish hopes of an upset through two of those substitutes, with Lucas Perez firing in from a corner (57) and Felipe Anderson scoring direct from a free-kick (71).

But Wimbledon did not let their increasing pressure tell and wrapped up a famous victory when 20-year-old Toby Sibbick nodded in Anthony Wordsworth's cross บอล ชุด with two minutes remaining, sending the sell-out home crowd into pandemonium. Pellegrini made six changes from last week's defeat at Bournemouth but the Hammers' side still had Premier League experience from back to front, although in the opening 45 minutes it was difficult to believe they were the top-flight side in the tie.

Wimbledon worked the ball forward บอล ชุด with quality and pace and although West Ham hit the post through a deflected Javier Hernandez effort, it was one of few half-chances they fashioned before the break. Instead, Wimbledon took the lead with a slice of good fortune their play had thoroughly deserved when Appiah's shot from 20 yards took a big deflection off Angelo Ogbonna to wrong-foot Adrian.