Lua Lua was brought on for Brighton in the last 15 minutes of the game at Charlton Athletic yesterday.
LuaLua – 4th goal of the season for Brighton
But the 19 year-old Newcastle winger still managed to score another stunning goal from 20 yards out after 81 minutes, and then set up a fourth goal for Brighton in injury time, as they hammered Charlton 4-0 and remain 3 points clear at the top of League One.
If Kazenga keeps up this form and his new found goal scoring prowess – remember he hadn’t scored a senior goal before this season started, when the Newcastle manager Chris Hughton told him he had to add goals to his game – then he will probably be recalled to Newcastle in January.
Certainly the DR Congo-born player is starting to score goals all right, and he’s now scored 4 gaols in 8 games for Brighton so far this season – not too bad at all.
And another of our loan players, goalkeeper Fraser Forster, was in the Celtic team that won 2-1 at Dundee United this afternoon. Dundee United entered administration (bankruptcy) on Thursday, and sacked their manager Gordon Chisholm and his assistant Billy Dodds on Friday.
Celtic got two goals from Gary Hooper with the winner coming very late in the game, in the 89th minute. Celtic are now top of the Scottish PL with who else – Rangers of course – after 8 games with both teams having 100% records with 24 points.
And those two teams are an amazing 11 points clear of 3rd placed Motherwell – is the Scottish PL a two team league – or is it a two team league?
And Ben Tozer was sent off after 87 minutes in Northampton Town’s 4-3 defeat at home by Hereford United, for throwing the ball at a Hereford player. Ben is on loan at Northampton for a month.
And that defeat was after Northampton had been 3-0 up at half time in that game.