Bakary Sako is delighted after serving to Crystal Palace to a Three-Zero shock victory over Leicester Metropolis in Saturday’s English Premier League conflict.
The 29-year-old got here on as a late substitute rather than Christian Benteke – scorer of the opening aim – and rounded off the tie with an injury-time roller. Cote d’Ivoire worldwide Wilfried Zaha received the second aim of the sport jiffy earlier than the break.
And the previous Wolverhampton Wanderers man who adopted his first league aim in midweek’s victory over Watford with one other on the King Energy Stadium has taken to the social media to revel of their maiden win away from house this season.
He tweeted: “As we speak was a very good day… once more!
“Pleased with the three factors and one other aim however it’s only the start of a great distance pleased with the boys.”
As we speak was a very good day … once more 👊🏾 ! Pleased with the three factors & one other aim however its only the start of a great distance 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾 pleased with the boys 🔵🔴 #CPFC— Bakary Sako (@sakobakary26) December 16, 2017
Sako has been afforded a meagre 187 minutes in his 10 Premier League appearances and would hope his efficiency towards the Foxes earn him a spot in Roy Hodgson’s beginning XI towards Swansea Metropolis on December 23.
Crystal Palace at the moment are unbeaten of their final seven top-flight encounters.