Bennett hails two-goal Dons hero
says that Wimbledon must repeat the hunger and desire that they showed during yesterday’s impressive win against Portsmouth on a regular basis if they want to make a push for promotion.Alan Bennett
Speaking to Rob Cornell, the Wimbledon skipper said: “We put in a decent performance against Coventry and played well against a League 1 side for an hour. Today we have blown away a team that are entitled to be up there at the end of the season. We were desperate for that clean sheet today, but we have to show that same hunger every week because that is what will get us up the league.”
after his first goal yesterday (photograph by Paul Willatts) and the captain saluted his centre-back partner for a superb performance at both ends of the pitch against Portsmouth. Andy FramptonBennett is pictured above right congratulating
absolutely bullied their two centre-backs at the other end.”Michael Smith“Andy is an absolute leader of men,” added the Irishman. “He is brilliant to play alongside. I have said to him now that he’s going for top scorer! Before he got his first goal of the season he said he had not scored for about three years, but now he has got four goals. It is incredible and long may that continue.
The full interviews with Alan Bennett and Simon Bassey can be viewed on Dons Player.