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INTERVIEW: Marc McNulty Reflects On Victory Against Wycombe

The Striker scored twice in a 3-2 win at the Ricoh...

23 December 2017

The Sky Blues ensured it was going to be a game to remember in their final home league game of 2017.

A 3-2 win against Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe Wanderers helped to move Mark Robins side above their opponents and also just one point off the top three in League Two.

It was also a memorable game for Marc McNulty, as he continued his fine goal scoring form with two against Wycombe, to also make it six in six for the striker.

After the game, Marc spoke about his run of form at the moment and insisted his luck may have finally changed.

“I was obviously confident that at some point the goals would start coming," he said.

"I’m just as frustrated as them. I want to score every game, I don’t want to miss chances.

"The fans are allowed to vent their anger and frustration, I’m the same, we are all humans, it has been very frustrating.

"It’s just good now that I’m scoring goals and people are realising that I’m not as bad as they think.”

“I’ve had a good bit of luck," he said.

"I don’t think I’m doing anything drastically better than I did at the start of the season.

"I’ve just been a bit unlucky at the start of the season where it hasn’t fallen for me. I think I scored at Stevenage away where it’s just bounced off the line and hit off my knee and went in, and it’s that kind of turning point where both you and fans can take confidence and into the next game to kick start you, and I would say that’s been the case with me.”

Sparky scored the winner in the game from the penalty spot in the second half, after he was brought down following a good City move.

His first goal came from a superb ball from Peter Vincenti, who spotted the striker on a run and picked him out.

 “It was a great ball from big Pete," he said.

"Once I got turned and into the box and saw the defender there was only one thing on my mind, get a little yard and get the shot away and luckily, it’s gone in.”

“We need Pete in the team, he does well for us with his presence," he said.

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