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#PLStories- Che Adams speaks on scoring crucial Scotland goal vs Denmark #SAINTSFC

CHE Adams reflected on his cool finish at Hampden Park on Monday and admitted: “I’ve been in a couple situations before and I have snatched at it – I took my time this time.”

The 25-year-old Leicester-born forward has been adopted with love by the Tartan Army and has repaid them with crucial goals in their World Cup qualifying.

His most recent effort in the 2-0 win over Denmark helped secure them a home playoff tie to come in 2022, and it was his third in the qualifying campaign for them.

Before signing for Saints, he hit an impressive 22 in 46 Championship matches for Birmingham – earning him the Premier League move – but that level of scoring is yet to materialise at the next step up.

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Most of his Saints strikes have been superb hits and solo efforts, like his winner at Watford two weeks ago, while he has failed to put away the simpler opportunities.

Che Adams scores the winner at Watford (Pic: PA)

With 15 goals in 87 competitive matches for Saints, it looks like the pressure being lifted on him at the club level by the arrival of Armando Broja and Adam Armstrong but ramped on him on north of the border could be helping him develop his own finishing expertise.

“I’ve been in a couple of situations like that before,” Adams reflected at full-time on Monday, “and I have snatched at things. I took my time this time and it hit the back of the net.

“It’s always nice to score, I said that after the last game. The most important thing was to win and we did that.”

If Saints get a calmer, cooler Adams in front of goal then his regular industry will soon turn into notches at the Premier League level.

Che Adams finishes Denmark at Hampden Park (Pic: PA)

A trip to Scotland could prove to be the hidden key that helps take Saints forward.

He continued: “You can’t put it into words with how many times I’ve been capped, the performances we’ve played in.

“It’s a good bunch of lads here, tight-knit and that’s what the manager has made us do. He’s brought everyone together and you can see that on the pitch.”

Che Adams

CHE Adams reflected on his cool finish at Hampden Park on Monday and admitted: “I’ve been in a couple situations before and I have snatched at it – I took my time this time.”  With 15 goals in 87 competitive matches for Saints, it looks like the pressure being lifted on him at the club level by the arrival of Armando Broja and Adam Armstrong but ramped on him on north of the border could be helping him develop his own finishing expertise.

Che Adams said: “I’ve been in a couple of situations like that before, and I have snatched at things. I took my time this time and it hit the back of the net. It’s always nice to score, I said that after the last game. The most important thing was to win and we did that.”

If Saints get a calmer, cooler Adams in front of goal then his regular industry will soon turn into notches at the Premier League level. A trip to Scotland could prove to be the hidden key that helps take Saints forward.

Che Adams  continued: “You can’t put it into words with how many times I’ve been capped, the performances we’ve played in. It’s a good bunch of lads here, tight-knit and that’s what the manager has made us do. He’s brought everyone together and you can see that on the pitch.”

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