Fulham loanee Tayo Edun was stuffed with happiness after his stoppage time objective rescued a 2-2 draw for Ipswich Town of their opening match of the EFL Championship towards Blackburn Rovers.
The England U20 worldwide accomplished his transfer to the Blues on Friday and the next day supervisor Paul Hurst handed him his debut off the bench within the 60th minute.
Edun had featured in seven first group matches for Fulham, logging 547 minutes, with out discovering the online however spent solely 30 minutes on the Portman Road turf earlier than opening his goalscoring account for The Blues.
”That objective felt excellent,” Tayo Edun instructed iFollow Ipswich.
”It was my first skilled objective in order that provides one thing to it. Of course the primary factor was that we got here away with one thing from the match, although.
”I needed that for the group. They labored arduous for 90 minutes and I believe it could have been actually robust to take had we not bought a degree – so there was undoubtedly a way of reduction as effectively.”
Edun beforehand represented England at U17 and U18 degree, and was a key member of the Young Lions squad that received the 2017 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.