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Andy Yiadom says Barnet need to be near the top of the table after the Bees overcame Salisbury City 3-1
12:22pm Monday 30th September 2013 in Sport
He was man-of-the-match in Barnet’s 3-1 win against Salisbury City on Saturday and Andy Yiadom was delighted to help the Bees end their five-match winless run in the Skrill Premier.
The right-back worked tirelessly throughout the game and fired Barnet ahead once they had equalised through Ahmed Abdulla.
A Keanu Marsh-Brown free-kick rounded off the victory and helped the Bees move up to tenth in the table.
Yiadom said: “It is amazing to have the win. We have been beaten quite a few times recently so we are delighted to come back from 1-0 down and get the win.
“We have let leads slip so we had to concentrate and thankfully Keanu got the third goal with the help of a deflection.
“Now we have that win we have to keep the momentum going into the next game because we need to be near the top of the table.”
Yiadom has played this season at right-back and it is a position he admits he is still learning. One thing he is frustrated about however is the number goals the Bees have conceded from set-pieces.
He said: “It is getting under my skin but we need to get on the training pitch and get it right because we can’t afford for it to happen again.
“If you lose because of set-pieces it does irritate you. But we reacted well, came back and got the win.”
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