Lewis Spence: “If you don’t shoot, you don’t score”

The Iron made it four wins on the bounce on Saturday thanks to a 3-1 victory over Harrogate Town, a game that saw midfielder Lewis Spence score an absolute screamer.

Spence came on in place of Jem Karacan in the 78th minute, before finding the back of the net 12 minutes later.

The goal all-but sealed the three points for United, and certainly made for a far more comfortable additional time for once.

Talking to the club’s iFollow Iron account, Spence said: “Four wins in any league is good going.

“All the boys are in a good place at the moment, but we can’t get carried away. We’ve had a great result today going into Tuesday so let’s go and make it another good week.”
“I’m really happy with the goal,” he exclaimed.
“It’s something I’ve been disappointed in throughout my career that I don’t chip in with enough goals. I’m not going to score 10 or 15 goals a season but as a central midfielder you need to try and chip in now and again. It’s something that I’ve been drilling into myself to I’m happy that it was a really good strike but I’m just really happy with three points and four wins in a row.
“I’ve had a few wild shots and a few going over the stand! If you don’t shoot, you don’t score. I can do that 10 times and it won’t go in. Hopefully I can get a couple more by the end of the season.”
United head to Bolton on Tuesday evening to face one of the league’s in-form teams, but the Iron are in-form too, so it bodes well for an entertaining match, and certainly one to keep an eye on the odds with the likes of bettingapps365.
Giving his initial thoughts on the upcoming fixture, he added: “They’re a big team but, on our day, and the way we’re playing now, we can go and beat anyone.

“The confidence is high so we go into Tuesday now with the same application from the last four games.”


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