Bromsgrove Sporting midfielder Robbie Bunn writes for The Standard in his weekly column and reflects on the victories over Long Eaton and Westfields plus his thoughts on being the club’s top scorer.
TO HAVE picked up six points out of six this week is great news.
Long Eaton were the easier, on paper, of the two games, but of course, there are definitely no easy games at this level.
We knew Westfields would be a tough test for us but to have come away with two wins is fantastic.
The first-half performance against Westfields was shocking but we got a right kick up the backside from the gaffer (Paul Smith) at half-time and we went on to win the game with a better second-half performance.
To be honest, we could have won by more!
Jason Cowley’s strike for the equaliser was just unbelievable.
He took it out of his feet and as soon as he hit it I thought ‘that’s got a chance of going in’.
Some of the lads think the Westfields keeper should have done better but the ball has moved in the air that much it was unstoppable!
It was also great for me to score in both games too, both in similar style.
As you cut inside, the keeper does not expect a shot at the near post so I always try it and luckily for me it has worked both times.
I only got ten goals last season and I am on seven now so I am flying at the minute but that could easily stop!
I do not mind that as long as we keep getting the three points.
Heanor will be a tough test this weekend, especially away from home, but we seem to perform better on the road so we go over there in a confident mood and hopefully we will get the job done.