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Barnsley striker admits family ties made his goals against Aston Villa even better

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According to The Star, Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw was pleased to notch two goals against Aston Villa because it gave him bragging rights over his family.

The 24-year-old bagged a brace against Aston Villa as Barnsley sunk Steve Bruce’s out of sorts side on Tuesday night.

Jonathan Kodjia’s goal was not enough to cancel out Bradshaw’s double and Adam Armstrong’s penalty as Barnsley won 3-1 at Villa Park.

And Tom Bradshaw noted that there was an added incentive for him in midweek.

The Wales international said:

“All of my uncles are Villa fans.

I’ll definitely be giving them a bit of stick.”

Bradshaw claims that he was forced to support Aston Villa and go to watch their games as a child.

However, the former Shrewsbury and Walsall forward decided to support Manchester United instead and had no qualms about netting his sixth and seventh goals of the season against his family’s beloved Villa.

Barnsley fans – what do you make of this? Can Bradshaw kick on from here? Let us know in the comments below…


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