“Craig Sibbald was the provider on this occasion but the goalscorer was the same as El Allagui connected with a header in plenty of space and nodded past Alexander.”
“I'm not what you would call a goalscorer so I am delighted that I have scored so many - to have eight at this stage is fantastic," said Fellaini.”
“Your manager spends like it's going out of fashion, yet 'we don't have a goalscorer which is where we're severely lacking'?”
“Our other main strength is the speed in which we attack but the manager has yet to do anything significant about the forward positions and the fact that we don't have a goalscorer which is where we're severely lacking.”
“I have never been known as a goalscorer but last season I started to get into more scoring positions.”
“The former Standard Liege star said: "I'm not what you would call a goalscorer, so I am delighted that I have scored so many.”
“But even as England coach Fabio Capello sweats on the status of his top striker, here's something rather perplexing to consider: Rooney is England's leading active goalscorer and widely considered to be the team's best player, but the numbers suggest England may be better off without him.”
“On his to-do listFinding another loan star to follow Jack Wilshere and Daniel Sturridge would help, and he needs a goalscorer to replace Elmander.”
“On paper that combination of complementary styles is potent enough to unsettle any Premier League defence, the only question being whether Suárez, Liverpool's key goalscorer, responds well to the presence of a big centre-forward alongside him or prefers to work with the energetic unselfishness offered by Maxi Rodríguez or Dirk Kuyt.”
“Roberto Martínez believes Wigan Athletic's weekend goalscorer Victor Moses – who celebrates his 21st birthday on Monday – is ready to fulfil his potential.”
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