Mario Lemina, the Southampton player, spoke about his side’s performance against West Bromwich Albion and he insisted that he is sure about a positive effect of this win as the Saints weren’t able to get this result for a long time.
Mauricio Pellegrino’s team ended their 12-matches winless streak as they managed to pick up all three points against West Bromwich Albion after a 3-2 win. And the player is certain that it will help his team to regain confidence and bounce back…
The Southampton player spoke about his side’s effort and current position as he said, according to Goal:
“I’m very happy for the team. I know that you have to work hard to get the wins in moments like this and we got an important one today. Let’s hope we can build on this momentum.”
“This needs to be the standard that we set going forwards. We perhaps ought to have scored again to kill off the game quicker because they had chances and we conceded to let them back in.”
“We’re pleased with the win but at 3-2 the result wasn’t as certain as it could have been.”
“The best goal of my career? No, I scored an even better one against the Ivory Coast for Gabon.”
“But still, this was a very important one to get us off the mark. I am proud to have scored my first goal for the club.”