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Ujah hopeful of beating the drop after goal against Stuttgart

08 December 2015, 12:09

Berlin - Werder Bremen striker Anthony Ujah is hoping the goal against Stuttgart in a 1-1 draw at the weekend will help his side beat the drop at the end of the Bundesliga season.

The 25-year old took his tally to seven for the season in the Bundesliga, scoring in the 71st minute to cancel out Lukas Rupp’s 33rd minute opener for the hosts, and having earned the one point for his team on the day, he has spoken of how it was achieved.

“It was a good game because we kept to our plan and we never gave up,” the Nigeria international said.

“We kept fighting to the end and I am happy to help my team and I like the togetherness, the hard work and how we work like a team.

Also read: Ighalo, Ujah on targets in Europe

The draw meant Bremen sits in 15th position with just 14 points from 15 games, with just one place above the relegations zone, but Ujah is adamant they can beat the drop.

“We have a very good squad and we believe that we can achieve success and it will take a lot of hard work, so we just have to keep our head cool and keep fighting,” Ujah said.

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