The diminutive forward whose goal the match commentator described as something from another planet, said he scored his goal consciously.He said although he had scored even more spectacular goals in the past, the one against Senegal is attracting so many comments because it was in a cup final.Bulbwa said he likes doing extra ordinary things on the field of play so he is used to scoring such wonderful goals.He reiterated that during training seasons, he loves to practise how to score from impossible angles and also mesmerise goalkeepers.The Flying Eagles star also said even as he did not score in the previous matches, he was confident he would score before the end of the championship.“I thank God for the goal that everybody is talking about. I dedicate it to God almighty for giving me the ability to do it.“I had scored even more spectacular goals so that one is just one of them. I knew what I was doing with the ball so it couldn’t have been by accident.“In trainings and friendly matches, I scored great goals because I am never afraid to experiment. I like to score extra-ordinary goals”.Bulbwa said the match was a difficult one for them because there is no final match that comes easy.“Honestly, as everybody could see, the victory did not come on a platter of gold for us. We had to dig deep to win.“There is no cup final that is easy to play. Our opponents were all over us because they wanted to avoid a second defeat before their teeming fans,” he said.
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