Striker Andy Cook was left disappointed after Tranmere Rovers drew 2-2 against Bromley at Prenton Park on Saturday afternoon.

The former Barrow man notched his 14th and 15th goals of the season in the first half but said that he’d happily have trade those goals for all three points.




He told Tranmere Player HD: “It’s obviously very frustrating. I’d rather have not scored and win than scored and drawn the game like that.

“With Dunny (Jack Dunn) and Tol (Ben Tollitt) on either wing putting balls into the box, we looked a massive threat.

“If we had taken our chances then we’re not looking back on how we’ve drawn that game.”

Cook says that he has a goalscoring target in mind that he would like to hit by the end of the season, and he seems on target to make that milestone.

He added: “I set myself a target at the beginning of the season. I got 24 goals last season so I’d like to match that or better it.”

Source: www.tranmererovers.co.uk


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