Man City Loanee Adarabioyo Reacts After Making League Debut For West BromPublished: August 08, 2018
Manchester City loanee Tosin Adarabioyo was delighted to make his maiden appearance for Championship outfit West Brom in their 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground on Tuesday evening.
However, the new Baggies number 24, who went the distance, was disappointed that they are still looking for their first win after two rounds.
The visitors went behind in the 59th minute when Adlene Guedioura scored for Forest but sneaked away with a point thanks to Matt Phillips' thunderbolt three minutes from time.
Writing on social media, Adarabioyo stated : ''Truly blessed to have made my league debut for @WBA this evening. 💙
''Not the result we wanted but the character brought us through in the end, after a fantastic finish to get us a point away from home.
''⚽️ Thanks to all the travelling fans and supporters! 🙌🏾''.
Tosin Adarabioyo and his West Brom teammates travel to Norwich City on game week three in the second-tier on August 11.
Photo Credit : wba.co.uk
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