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Goalscorer Jerome Sinclair pleased with his maiden strike and safe FA Cup progression

Sinclair | “We Wanted To Give The Fans Something To Cheer About”


A convincing home win, safe progression through to the fourth round of this year’s FA Cup and your first goal for the club – no wonder Jerome Sinclair was delighted with his work following yesterday’s 2-0 win over Burton Albion. 

The 20-year-old scored a fine 77th minute solo effort to put the Hornets two goals up against their Championship opposition, and believes that win could provide some much needed momentum once Premier League football returns. 


“It was important for the team to get the win today,” he told after he match. 

“We didn’t need a replay and we needed a bit of a change of fortune with the results we’ve been having, so it was good to get out there and get the win.

“The players have all been very downhearted about recent results so we really wanted to go out there and give the fans something to cheer about, and hopefully we can go into the next one and keep winning games.”

Watch the above video for FREE to hear the full interview with Sinclair, or head to our Match Review page for extended highlights, the thoughts of academy graduates Brandon Mason & Carl Stewart as well as the the best reaction from social media. 


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