Points prove the point for Barnes

22 September 2010 01:07
Brighton striker Ashley Barnes says a win means more to him than proving a point against his former club Plymouth.The 20-year-old scored Albion's second goal in their 2-0 League One victory over Argyle on Tuesday. [LNB]He told BBC Sussex: "It was good to get the goal but the main part was us getting three points to go joint top of the league. [LNB]"It was an all-round good performance. In the second half they were trying to get a goal but we dealt with it." [LNB]He added: "We kept the ball well as a team and built form there.[LNB] [LNB][LNB] "It's still a long season to go but we need to keep playing the way we are playing." [LNB]Barnes celebrated his goal in front of the Argyle fans, but played down his celebration after the match. [LNB]"I kissed my ring for my wife but the guys around me celebrated," he added. [LNB]"I don't think they liked it because it was at their end of the ground."

Source: BBC_Sport