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#PremierLeagueStories – #DominicSolanke Happy to End Long wait for a Premier League Goal and Thanks #EddieHowe for Keeping Faith in Him #AFCB

Dominic Solanke Bournemouth
Dominic Solanke had to wait a staggering 792 days since scoring for Liverpool against Brighton in the Premier League on May 13, 2018, and his first top-flight goals for Cherries at the weekend. The frontman admitted the wait was “difficult” – but how important could those goals be in his side’s battle to stay at England’s top tier? But having netted twice when it mattered so much in Cherries’ 4-1 success over the Foxes – Solanke could not help but show his emotion.

Dominic Solanke said “No, definitely not (If he has scored a more important goal in his career?). Especially in a time like this where we need goals and we need wins, the goals were definitely really important. You could see on the pitch the emotions after each goal. It’s been quite difficult for us recently but it was a big boost. Especially in a game like this, it was probably the best time for them to come. The first one was to take the lead so that was a big emotion. To go on and get the second one was a delight for me.It hasn’t been nice, throughout my career I have scored a lot of goals throughout my younger years. So it’s been difficult but it’s good to get the goals. Hopefully I can take that confidence and get a few more. In football you always need confidence and getting goals definitely gives you that. Just the family and the manager, probably (Who will Dedicate the goal to?) He’s kept faith in me, put me in the team in an important game and hopefully those goals repaid him. He’s always talking, helping me and working on the pitch with things that can help me in the games. He is delighted for me and I am delighted to get a couple of important goals.”

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