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Dublin: 9 °C Thursday 17 October, 2019

Irish striker Sheridan continues fine goalscoring form for Polish table-toppers

Cillian Sheridan now has six goals and four assists in his first 10 games for Jagiellonia Bialystok.

JUST THIS WEEK, we spoke to Cillian Sheridan about how quickly he has settled into life at Polish title contenders Jagiellonia Bialystok.

Well the 28-year-old Irish striker was back among the goals yesterday as thy earned a 2-0 win at home to Wisla Krakow.

With 27 minutes on the clock, Sheridan latched onto Fedor Cernych’s cut-back from the end line to find the far corner fir a first time finish. That was his sixth goal in 10 matches since arriving from Omonia Nicosia.

The Cavan man was involved in the build-up to their second goal in injury-time as Dmytro Khomchenovsky sealed the victory, which puts them one point ahead of Legia Warsaw with four games remaining.

There was no video footage available to bring you the goal yesterday, but we’ve managed to find a YouTube clip. Apologies about the poor quality:

Source: KariKson 2/YouTube

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Cillian Sheridan on his blistering start to life in Poland and aspirations to earn an Ireland recall

‘One of the young lads passed to Edgar Davids and he goes ‘f*** sake, I played for Barcelona. Play it in harder!’

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