Saha delighted to end his Everton scoring drought

Everton forward Louis Saha has spoken of his joy about ending his scoring drought with a crucial goal in his side’s 3-1 victory over his former club Fulham.

The Frenchman’s last Premier League goal was against the same side in March and Saha is now relieved to have ended the bad run of form. The 33 year old had been on the wrong side of manager David Moyes after refusing to turn out for the reserves earlier in the season, but he is now back in the good books and back in the goals.

Saha told Sky Sports: ‘It’s always special to score against your old team. The last goal I scored was against Fulham as well and it was a long time ago, so, yes, it was a relief to score.’

A keen user of Twitter, Saha placed an embargo on the social media site until he scored a goal this season. The Frenchman’s cool finish against the Cottagers will mean he is back on Twitter and intends to indulge in the site once again.

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