Lyle Foster scored his second Premier League goal on Saturday afternoon against Tottenham Hotspur.
The Bafana Bafana forward put Burnley ahead after just four minutes at Turf Moor following a neat left foot finish.
Foster scored his first EPL goal for Burnley last weekend in a 3-1 defeat to Aston Villa. His performances in the EPL has impressed his coach Vincent Kompany.
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Having scored against Spurs, the South African forward has now made it two goals in three matches in the EPL. His first goal against Villa has given the former Orlando Pirates man the needed confidence.
Although Burnley are in the bottow three in the EPL log, Foster’s good showing could see him sign for a top team in the next season.
“Glory to God. I’m super-happy, it’s super-special. It doesn’t feel as nice not winning but, yeah, happy to have scored the first goal back in the Prem,” Foster said after the Villa game.
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“The manager’s message was, ‘We go at them, we keep on playing our football and we believe in who we are; we stick to our system’, and I think we tried to do that.
“We got the early goal and just unfortunate we didn’t get the equaliser too,” says Foster.