Nottingham Forest were delighted to leave The Hawthorns with a point on Saturday after grabbing a last-gasp equaliser against West Brom courtesy of a fine strike from Matty Cash.
The full-back also scored against the Baggies on the opening day of the season too with a brilliant finish and there was little Slaven Bilic’s side could do to stop him once again. He skipped past Jake Livermore in the penalty box before unleashing a powerful drive across goal that Sam Johnstone didn’t have a hope of saving.
The pleasure was etched across Cash’s face afterwards as he sprinted down to the travelling supporters to celebrate what could be a huge goal come the end of the season. Indeed, he didn’t stop there, as he took to Twitter to express his delight at scoring the decisive goal, stating that he “loved every minute” of the match against Albion.
Cash’s desire and commitment was a real positive and if he and his teammates can produce that consistently until May, then there could be more joyous moments like the late equaliser at West Brom. The 22-year-old is already a popular figure among many fans and they responded to his message with praise, with some of their reactions shown below.
Great goal, shame the ref cost us 3 vital points
— Antonio (@Antonio13111275) February 16, 2020
What a finish, and what knee slid
— Mark Rizz (@Mark6737759655) February 16, 2020
Love the way you ran down to the fans ❤️a fan living his dream playing for #NFFC
— James (@jez100) February 16, 2020
“Priceless “ 🌳⭐️⭐️
— ashbashforest (@ashbashforest) February 16, 2020
What I like most is he wanted to celebrate with us. The constant of the club.
There’s a star man running down the right….
That goal though 😍
— nffc_pj (@preethi1p) February 16, 2020
Never leave us 😍
— James Ablett (@ablett001yahoo1) February 16, 2020
You were amazing as always
— simon foster (@simonfoster89) February 17, 2020
How highly do you rate Cash Forest fans, is he one of your favourite players and does he have what it takes to spur the team on to promotion? Respond in the comments below…
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