Coventry City defender Ian Maatsen has taken to his personal Instagram account to issue a message celebrating the Sky Blues’ 3-0 win against Peterborough United on Friday night.
Mark Robins’ side were aiming to get back to winning ways in the Championship after being held to a 1-1 draw by Millwall last time out.
Following a first half where chances were difficult to come by, the Sky Blues produced a strong second half display and scored three goals in seven minutes.
The result takes Coventry up into the automatic promotion places with the Sky Blues having managed to win six of their opening nine matches in the Championship.
Maatsen was able to deliver another strong performance during his loan spell with the Sky Blues from Chelsea.
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The defender was heavily involved with Coventry’s build-up play having 62 touches of the ball and he was also able to make one key pass, two tackles and one interception.
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Following the win against Peterborough, Maatsen took to his personal Instagram account to hail the fact that the Sky Blues were able to deliver a winning performance under the lights on Friday and climb up into the top two in the Championship.
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The start to the season that Coventry have enjoyed has been remarkable really considering that there would have been few people tipping them to challenge for the top-six at the start of the campaign.
Robins has got his side in a mode where they are full of belief and confidence and you can only see them growing from strength to strength over the coming weeks.
Momentum is a massive thing in the Championship and the longer the Sky Blues can keep on with their current form the more difficult it will be for other teams in and around the top-six places to keep up with them.
Maatsen has been an excellent addition to the squad and he sums up the thoughtful recruitment that goes on with their budget to allow them to compete with some of the biggest sides in the Championship.
Against Peterborough, the defender delivered another very strong and mature performance and he is becoming one of their most crucial players as his consistency improves.