Glory Nzingo | I want to kick on and keep contributing to the team

13th February
Glory Nzingo

Glory Nzingo is hoping to contribute more goals to Swansea City Under-21s’ cause after playing an important part in their dramatic 3-2 comeback win against AFC Bournemouth at Landore.

The hosts had opened the scoring with Maliq Cadogan netting his third goal of the season; the forward calmly sending a low shot into the bottom corner.

But the Cherries would hit back either side of the break to lead thanks to a curling strike from Balraj Landa and a close-range finish from Max Kinsey.

However, substitute Nzingo levelled matters inside the final six minutes to set up a tense finale.

Then, with one minute remaining in stoppage time, Cadogan got his second of the night to snatch the three points and send the Swans up to second in the PDL South table.

For Nzingo - who joined the club in the summer of 2023 - his goal followed his return to the pitch after being sidelined for four months due to a foot injury, and he is keen to make up for lost time.

"I'm blessed to have contributed to the team, it's something I've had my sights set on since I've come back from injury,' said Nzingo.

"I'm proud of the boys for not giving up, and that showed until the very end when we got the win.

"I'm very pleased with my goal, the boys set me up brilliantly and that's all I can ask for.

"I want to have that feeling every week, I want to push on and make sure I get more contributions for this team as we're in a good position in the league.

"I also want to say a huge thank you to the staff and the boys for helping me through my injury."