He's at it again

14 March 2010 08:55
It was always inevitable that Richard Cresswell would net for the Blades against Queens Park Rangers on Saturday. A teriffic header, one of the best you'll see this season, was United's only goal of the game in a 1:1 draw with London outfit QPR. Adel Taarabt, untimely for the Blades who did have the upper-hand after Cresswell's goal just before the interval, struck just four minutes after half-time. Cresswell, on eight goals this season in all competitions, is once again more than pleased with his contributions against the R's, not for the first time I bet. Speaking on his fourth goal against Rangers this season, Cresswell said: "We knew it was going to be tough with Neil coming back, it was nice to get the goal, but it's disappointing that we didn't hang on for a victory. It was a nice goal to score. The ball was just behind me, but I managed to get my head to it and luckily it found the top-corner. "Hopefully we can build on this performance. We've had a couple of bad results away from home, but I thought, in all honesty, we could've won today. All season our home form hasn't been in question, and hopefully we can get a decent result against Blackpool on Tuesday night. We want to take our confidence from home games into away games, but any team in this league is tough, although at home I fancy us against anybody." The image used on this article is copyright to Action Images