Sebastian Larsson wants to be more involved at the front

Sabastian LarssonSebastian Larsson and many bookmakers want to see the player be more involved at the front after he was able to help Sunderland with a point last Saturday at West Brom. Pay per head sportsbooks saw a great performance by the player, and wonder what awaits him.

Sports bookmaker services and pay per head sportsbooks saw that in each of Larsson’s last two seasons, the player only scored one goal, and at The Hawthorns he was able to match that when he turned home a cross by Patrick van Aanholt in the last stages of that match to hand a draw to his side.

Price per head services could see that the 29-year-old was very happy to score in the campaign’s early stages, but now bookmakers learned that he’s eager to score more regularly so he can help Sunderland’s possibilities in the top-flight.

“It was nice and it is obviously pleasing personally to get on the scoresheet early on in the season, it is what you want to do and now I want to get a few more than last season,” the player said.

Bookmakers were also very delighted to see how the player helped his side, and believe that he’ll accomplish what he said.

“My goal is probably one of those where you should finish with your left, but I managed to open up my right foot and slot it in.”

Pay per head sportsbooks know that Sunderland lost on their last five matches to Westrbom at The Hawthorns before their draw on Saturday, and sports bookmaker services saw many happy fans.

Larsson is confident that the team had enough quality to show the world that this season they can be a side to reckon with, and many bookmakers believe that they have everything necessary to do prevail.

“[The Hawthorns] is a place where we have struggled for a long time, but now we are up and running and there were signs in the second half that we are not a bad team,” he said.

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“We showed a bit of character and fight to get back into it.”

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