Stoke City forward Tyrese Campbell has taken to Twitter to praise the club’s fans for the support that they illustrated during yesterday’s clash with Millwall.
The Potters suffered a third straight defeat in the Championship at The Den as the Lions produced a comeback in the second-half to seal all three points in this fixture.
Despite being introduced as a substitute in this fixture by Stoke manager Michael O’Neill, Campbell was unable to help his side secure a positive result on their travels.
Romaine Sawyers opened the scoring for the Potters in the first-half before Tom Bradshaw levelled proceedings in the 51st minute.
Bradshaw then netted what turned out to be the winning goal for Millwall as he fired past Stoke goalkeeper Josef Bursik.
As a result of this defeat, Stoke slipped to ninth in the Championship standings.
Set to face Brentford in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, the Potters will be determined to produce a positive performance against their Premier League opponents at the bet365 Stadium.
Reflecting on his side’s latest display on Twitter, Campbell has admitted that the defeat was frustrating whilst he also praised the club’s fans for their support during this particular fixture.
The 21-year-old posted: “A frustrating afternoon but we move on.
“The fans were amazing as always, see you guys on Wednesday.”
A frustrating afternoon but we move on. The fans were amazing as always, see you guys on Wednesday ⚽️🔜 pic.twitter.com/KFM23vnfWl
— Tyrese Campbell (@TyreseKCampbell) October 23, 2021
Having failed to pick up any points from their last three league fixtures, it will be intriguing to see whether Stoke are able to get back on track in the Championship next weekend.
Campbell will be hoping to establish himself as a mainstay in the Potters’ starting eleven by producing some eye-catching performances in the coming weeks.
If he is able to rediscover the form which saw him set the second-tier alight during the first-half of the previous campaign, Campbell could go on to play a key role for Stoke as they look to push on under the guidance of O’Neill.
When you consider that the forward provided 13 direct goal contributions in 16 league appearances last season before suffering a serious knee injury, it wouldn’t be at all surprising if he makes a positive impact for his side in their upcoming clashes with Brentford and Cardiff City.
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