Christian's happy Baggies habit!
04 December 2015|Tottenham Hotspur
Christian Eriksen isn’t reading too much into his goalscoring run against West Brom.
The Danish star netted his first Premier League goal against the Baggies on Boxing Day, 2013 and has followed up with strikes in each of his two appearances at The Hawthorns - a late equaliser in a 3-3 thriller in April, 2014 and the opener as we ran out 3-0 winners last season.
“I guess the games have just suited me,” said Christian, who racked up 100 appearances for us against Chelsea last time out.
“I remember the first one well, the free-kick at the Lane. That was my first Premier League goal and will always be a special one for me.
“It’s just one of those things where you end up playing against a team that just suits you and you get possibilities to score. It’s just worked out that way.
“It’s been good to score but of course it doesn’t matter who it is as long as we’re getting the right results.”
Below: Spurs TV special - Christian's goals against West Brom
Christian expects to meet a West Brom team with their tails up.
The Baggies put together important wins against Sunderland and Norwich in October, lost against United and Leicester but beat Arsenal in their last match at The Hawthorns and drew at West Ham last week.
“They will have some confidence from recent matches but hopefully we’ll be on top of our game like we have been recently and bring back the right result,” he added.