Conor Bradley scored the only goal of the game last night as Bolton Wanderers beat Morecambe in League One.
The former Finn Valley AC star scored his second goal in a week as he has enjoyed the start of his loan spell at the North West club.
Bradley, from Killen in Tyrone, near the Donegal border, played the full 90 minutes and opened the scoring on the 39th minute.
After being passed the ball by Icelandic striker Jón Daði Böðvarsson, Bradley took a touch with his left foot, turned and shot on his right foot from the edge of the six yard box and finished past Conor Ripley.
No doubt in my mind that this guy is going all the way to the top. His goal last night sums up his performance, the energy and work ethic to get up there to be an option. Too good for L1. Someone tell Klopp he’s never having him back 👀 viva Conor Bradley #bwfc 🐘🏰 pic.twitter.com/0bDuEKal2i
— Andrew Broome (@andybroomeBWFC) August 17, 2022
Bradley told Bolton Wanderers media: “Obviously it was a brilliant feeling to score again tonight and I’m just really happy with the three points
“It was a hard grafted three points and we’re just buzzing with that in the changing rooms
“We knew it was important to get the first goal cause we knew if they got the first goal they’d sit in and it’d be hard to break them down and thankfully it just landed to me and I put it away.”
The Northern Ireland international also scored a great goal from outside of the box last week as Bolton beat Salford City in the EFL Cup.
The Liverpool loanee, who made his Champions League debut for the Merseyside club last year, has quickly made a mark at Ian Evatt’s side and has won a lot of The Trotters fans over already.