Papiss Cisse credits two people for saving the Burnley match
Papiss Cisse has admitted that dealing with his injury isn’t easy but also says that he is happy again because he’s scoring goals once more.
Making it five for the season, Papiss Cisse also credited two people for changing the game last night.
Remy Cabella for his second half contribution and Alan Pardew for making the substitution at half-time.
“I am happy to come back into the team, play ninety minutes and score a goal.
“The gaffer did his job and made the two changes, he put Remy (Cabella) in and he changed the game.”
Though of course it does beg the question as to why Cabella didn’t start…;
“It was very, very important for me and the team and I need to score goals, that is my job
“I am happy and the team are happy as well because this wasn’t an easy game.
“A very, very difficult first half and the team did well in the second half to come back into the game.”
Recovering from his broken kneecap;
“My injury is not easy and I need to look after myself. The doctor, Paul Catterson, does a very good job for me.”
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