Moore in awe of Roberts stunner

13 December 2009 11:53
It was 2-2 when the Millers were awarded a free-kick just inside their own half with 13 minutes to go. Roberts spotted Bradford keeper Simon Eastwood off his line and scored with a stunning strike that went into the net off the underside of the crossbar.

"What a great goal from Gary Roberts. If it had been in the Premier League, it would have been on TV all week. It is one of the best goals you have ever seen," said Moore.

Rotherham arrived at Valley Parade with a point to prove after being dumped out of the FA Cup in a second-round replay at Luton in midweek, and Moore added: "As bad as we were the other night, we were brilliant here.

"I was just disappointed we let them back into the game with a goal just after half-time because I couldn't see it coming, and the first goal we conceded was sloppy.

"But I thought we were the better side by a mile and it was a great all-round team performance. I thought Drewe Broughton led the line as well as I have seen, he was magnificent."

Source: Team_Talk