NOTTINGHAM FOREST keeper Brice Samba released some funny time-wasting tactics in their nervy 1-0 win over Blackburn.
The stopper appeared to take an age to even put the ball down for a routine objective kick.
The length of time does it require to take a goal-kick?.
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When he did place the ball, Samba then moved it back to guarantee some more precious seconds were squandered during injury time.
After a little skip in his run up, the 26-year-old finally lumped the ball into play.
Forest won the game thanks to Alex Mighten’s opener on 25 minutes.
But the day well and truly came from Samba, who went from absolutely no to hero after saving Adam Armstrong charge.
He at first provided the spot-kick away on the 72nd minute but redeemed himself with a double conserve to maintain Forest’s lead.
Manager Chris Hughton said: “We needed a terrific conserve from Brice to keep the charge out however otherwise it’s another tidy sheet versus another excellent footballing side who we have actually restricted to minimum opportunities.
” As a system we had to dig deep and make certain we stopped them from producing anything specific.
” It was a very good save from Brice for the charge and he was up versus a leading striker who has already scored 20 goals this season.
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” Adam Armstrong is typically a gamer who hits the back of the net from charges but Brice did fantastically to keep it out and then get up to keep the rebound as well so I’m actually happy for him due to the fact that it caps off an excellent duration for him.”.
Samba informed Forest’s website: “I more than happy due to the fact that we got the three points, that is the most essential thing.
” We played well and we deserved it.”