Matej Vydra relished a goal a long time in the making after netting for Burnley against Bournemouth. The Czech striker was handed a full debut by Sean Dyche for the clash at Turf Moor and responded with a sharp finish to score the opener in a much-needed 4-0 victory for the Clarets.
It was a second goal following his summer move from Derby for the 26-year-old, who also scored in the Europa League, but a first in the Premier League since a season-long loan at West Brom in 2013-14.
Vydra scored three times for the Baggies before moving on to Watford, Reading and then Derby,
He said on Clarets Player: “It’s a little bit of a long time ago, but still the same feeling and maybe a little bit more because I was fighting to get into the Premier League for so many years.
“I enjoyed that moment. I think both goals brought more confidence to the team. The crowd was brilliant and I think everyone was happy after those two minutes.”