ROBBIE'S HIGH POINT
Robbie Keane looked back to an FA Cup tie in February when it came to picking out his personal high point of last season.
Robbie Keane looked back to an FA Cup tie in February when it came to picking out his personal high point of last season.It was trip to Craven Cottage to take on Fulham in the 5th round when, with the team on the back of three straight defeats, the pressure was on to register a second away win of the season.
The team responded with a resounding 4-0 victory, with Robbie netting two spectacular strikes and Dimitar Berbatov also chipping in with a double. Robbie believes this was a turning point in the campaign and, from that point, only three more defeats were suffered - with only one coming in the league.
"For personally it would be the Fulham game because that turned my season around," Robbie answered to the question of a high point. "Last season it was the Wigan game for me and this time the Fulham one. I think it was not just for me but for the team as a whole.
"We were struggling away from home and then won by a convincing 4-0 scoreline. After that we kicked on."
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