“Someone wake me up from my dream” DF who was once released was humiliated and even scored his debut goal in the Champions League at Newcastle

 “Someone wake me up from my dream” DF who was once released was humiliated and even scored his debut goal in the Champions League at Newcastle

Dan Burn (31, Newcastle United) scored a dream-like goal on the stage of stars.

Newcastle United faced Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the second match of Group F of the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League (UCL) group stage held at St. James’ Park in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England at 4 a.m. on the 5th (Korean time). ) defeated 4-1. As a result, Newcastle was at the top of the group with 1 win and 1 draw (4 points).

Amid the flurry of goals, there were many unexpected scorers. Except for Miguel Almiron, who scored the first goal, the others were Byrne, Sean Longstaff, and Fabian Shea, who usually do not score many goals. In particular, Burn’s goal was a meaningful one that completely brought the flow of the game to Newcastle. Dan Burn scored with a header after a high cross inside Bruno Guimaraes’ penalty box. In the process of checking for offside, there was also a sense of tension as VAR was activated.

Speaking after the game, Byrne said: “I’ve had a very up-and-down career. I was released by Fulham when I was 25, so playing in the Champions League now is a dream and I’m waiting for someone to wake me up. “I’ve been on the rise since coming to Newcastle. “It’s like waiting for a bubble to burst.”

He continued: “We had to make PSG nervous and the crowd helped us. It was an amazing evening and the game itself had many stories, but most of all I am happy for the supporters. PSG are a really good team so we had to defend well and “We did it. I really liked our spirit and group energy.”

Lastly, he announced, “In the first half, we created positive things through all the things we do well when we play well, namely pressing. In the second half, we had to dig deeper and try to get over the finish line.”토토사이트

Byrne started his youth career at Newcastle and eventually graduated from Darlington, where he made his professional debut. Then, he moved to Fulham in the summer of 2011, and spent the first two seasons on loan. He subsequently succeeded in becoming a key player at Fulham, but left when his contract expired in the summer of 2016. It was during this period that Byrne spoke of the ‘release’.

Byrne then went on to play at Wigan Athletic and Brighton before wearing the Newcastle uniform in January 2022. It was the first transfer window after the acquisition, and several players, including Byrne, joined. Since joining the team, Byrne has steadily occupied a key position, and at the age of 31, he entered the UCL stage and even scored his debut goal.


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