Hull City

Campbell Disappointed First Goal Didn’t Lead To Three Points

24 September 2017
Fraizer Campbell scored his first goal of the season during Saturday's 1-1 draw with Reading.

We caught up with the striker to get his thoughts on the game at the Madejski Stadium.

“It was massively disappointing for us to only get a draw in the end. It’s been well documented that we haven’t been as good as we’d like to be away from home but it looked as though we were finally going to turn that around.

“Away games are always hard in the Championship and Reading are a difficult team to beat on their own ground, and so we are gutted that we’ve conceded a late equaliser and only come away with a point.

“We got ourselves in front and we were making it incredibly difficult for Reading to break us down. For 87 minutes we did the job perfectly and played to the plan which was to get ourselves a goal and make it hard for Reading to get back into it. Unfortunately, we spoilt things in the last few minutes.

“Personally it was a massive bonus to get the goal and to get that weight of scoring my first one off my shoulders, but it would have felt miles better if it had led to a 1-0 win.

“At the end of the day, it’s a point away from home and hopefully we can move on to Tuesday when we face Preston at home and look to get three points.”