RUFC - Nards Happy With His Two Goals
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Rotherham United`s top goal scorer so far this season Daniel Nardiello was delighted with the two goals he scored against Wycombe at Adams Park on Tuesday night but said the team were a bit disappointed at only getting a point from the game.
Speaking to MillersPlayer the former Barnsley forward said, 'Looking at the other result a point isn't terrible but we are a bit disappointed that we didn't get all three.
'Once we took the lead I personally thought we might get another goal and get a comfortable win but it wasn`t to be but we`ll take a point.
'I think if you look at the last two games we could have won them both and six points would have been magnificent and we`d have been well up there. But we`re still in with a chance and we`ll keep on going for it. We`ve got to put a run together and if other teams keep slipping up then we could be right up there. We`ll take the positives out of tonight`s game and go onto the next game.`
We all now know that Millers Manager Steve Evans had a few choice words to say to some of his players at half-time and we are all guessing that Daniel was one of those on the receiving end because he came out like a house on fire in the second half, scoring both goals.
'They were two great balls into the box and I managed to get on the end of both of them. I like getting crosses in the box because I think I can attack them quite well. It`s nice to get two goals and I`m really happy with that.
Daniel started on the wing on Tuesday night but midway through the first half he was pushed into a strikers slot which he admits he prefers, ' I've managed to get a few goals when I've been playing up front so I do want to play there but I`m happy whatever position I`m in if I`m playing.`
According to all the official sources Daniel has scored seventeen goals this season, although he seems to think he's scored eighteen saying that the one against Dagenham and Redbridge that was given to Claude Davis actually went in off him. Surely Claude climbed higher than anyone else to head that ball into the net? What do you think? Come and tell us here on Vital Rotherham