London - Watford loanee Uche Ikpeazu was delighted to get
off the mark for League One club Port Vale in their 2 - 2 draw with Swindon
Town on Tuesday night.
If the League Cup tie against Burnley is taken into
consideration, the Anglo - Nigerian racked up 196 minutes of game time before
he opened his account for the Valiants.
Fabien Robert had given Swindon Town the lead in the 13th
minute but it lasted only eight minutes, with Uche Ikpeazu equalizing after
bullying two defenders before slotting the ball past goalkeeper Lawrence
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''I vow to return all the glory to God, the first of many,
God is good,'' Uche Ikpeazu said on social media.
In the second half at the County Ground, the hosts retained
the lead, thanks to Anton Rodgers' strike in the 66th minute, but Sam Foley struck
home the equalizer from the penalty spot in stoppage time.
The 20-year-old Uche Ikpeazu previously had loan spells with
Crewe Alexandra and Doncaster Rovers.
His contract with The Hornets is due to run out at the end
of the 2015-16 campaign.For
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