Date: 23rd October 2014 at 2:45pm
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Crewe Alexandra striker Marcus Haber revealed he always remained confident of scoring despite a recent barren spell.

“If you don’t strive to take penalties then I think there’s a problem” – Marcus Haber

The Canadian international rattled in his fourth goal for the club from the penalty spot to help earn them a midweek 1-0 victory over Peterborough United.

Haber had actually been without a goal in his previous eight appearances for the Railwaymen.

“When the penalty came I was confident,” he told Crewe’s official website. “I had not scored in a few games, so I thought it was a good chance to get on the scoresheet, and luckily it went in.

“As a striker, if you don’t strive to take penalties then I think there’s a problem,” Haber continued. “It was a good chance to get a goal, and I looked confident and tried to put it in the corner.”


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