June 24, 2024

NOTTINGHAM In Sunday afternoon’s 1-1 draw between the two teams, Forest winger Callum Hudson-Odoi described the challenge he suffered from Phillip Billing of the Cherries as a “horrific tackle.”

Just Kluivert gave the Cherries the early lead, but Hudson-Odoi finished well to tie the game at halftime

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The main turning moment of the last 45 minutes came when Billing was sent off for an agricultural challenge on Hudson-Odoi in the 84th minute, but neither team was able to produce a winner in a sluggish second half.

NOTTINGHAM In Sunday afternoon’s 1-1 draw between the two teams, Forest winger Callum Hudson-Odoi described the challenge he suffered from Phillip Billing of the Cherries as a “horrific tackle.”

Just Kluivert gave the Cherries the early lead, but Hudson-Odoi finished well to tie the game at halftime.

The main turning moment of the last 45 minutes came when Billing was sent off for an agricultural challenge on Hudson-Odoi in the 84th minute, but neither team was able to produce a winner in a sluggish second half.

Simply said, it had more of an impact.

“What’s more on my mind is that he just went right down my Achilles.

At the moment, it was a little uncomfortable.

The main reason was that I was unable to dismiss it completely.

“I tried, and I was like, ‘What the heck? I don’t want to take a chance and exacerbate the situation.Hopefully, things will improve in a few days.

“To be honest, it was more of an awful tackle.”

Hudson-Odoi went on to describe his goal: “It was evident that the ball came out to me when I won the ball, and I just saw the angle there, and I was like, ‘you know what? Hopefully, if I hit it exactly, it will enter.

“And

However, I’m also not pleased that I didn’t receive the full three points.

“It seems like that particular shot is always a good one.”

I believe there’s always a chance when you do it well.

“Obviously, that was a wonderful one for me to get as well as for the squad.

However, it’s one of those situations where you want to try and get an assist or perhaps another one to aid the squad.

“But regrettably, it didn’t work out.”

Forest is currently six points behind Cherries in 12th position in the Premier League standings after picking up a point at Vitality Stadium.

Wednesday night is Forest’s next game, as they host Bristol City in a

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