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Camps: It all just came together against Hull

10 October 2020

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Midfielder Callum Camps spoke to the press after Fleetwood Town beat Hull City 4-1 at Highbury Stadium on Friday night.

Camps – who scored the second goal on the night – added to his already growing tally for the season as he managed to score his fifth goal of the season after a brilliant interception from Harvey Saunders led to Camps just tapping the ball home early on in the second half.

Here is what Callum had to say after the game:

On the game…

“We just said today that we were just going to go out there and give it our all, win our battles and get on the front foot. Obviously, we did that with Harvey running in behind and we got the goals from there.

“I feel like there goal was lucky and against the run of play. The main thing about that is that we reacted well to that and got into the half where the gaffer told us he was happy with what he had seen.

“We went out there in the second half and got another goal, this time early on, which always helps, and we just kept on battling. Everyone just came together and worked as hard as they could, and we were rewarded with a good win.”

“They are a strong side as they were joint-top of the league and hadn’t conceded a league goal before tonight but, I think with the physicality we’ve got, we gave it to them today. We each won our individual battles and stuck together throughout. If you do that, you will go on to win most games.”

On his goal…

“Knowing that I’ve got [Glenn] Whelan and [Paul] Coutts behind me, I can go and have the freedom to attack without having to worry what is happening behind me. If we keep putting it on them and I am able to break the lines, we can make chances to score.

“They played it out the back and you know Harvey [Saunders] is going to get on the end of it due to how quick he is so. We spoke during the week about running off the back of their midfielder and I did that today.

“Harvey’s played a good ball for me and I thought my touch was a bit too big but it probably helped to bring the defenders in and the keeper out, so it made the finish easier for me.”


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