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'I want to make a difference' - Robinson

Katie Robinson spoke of her delight at getting on the scoresheet in Bristol City Women’s Fourth Round Women’s FA Cup victory over Durham Women.

The 17-year-old netted the winner in the 103rd minute as the Robins ensured their name would be in the hat for the Fifth Round of the Women’s FA Cup.

“The most important thing from the game was to get a win, but I’m very happy to have got on the scoresheet. It’s what I want to do, I want to make a difference and hopefully I did that today, said Robinson

“The message from Tanya as I came on was to just be confident and have a go at the defence. Both me and Ebony are fast, so we wanted to cause them a different problem to one that have been facing.

“We came on wanting to get more crosses into the box and more shots on goal, it took a bit longer than we wanted but we finally got the breakthrough.

“It was a really tough and physical game, but the girls rode it out and got the result we wanted.

“Every time I’m on the pitch I want to give my all and show what I can do, so hopefully with whoever we get in the next round it will give me another opportunity to play.”

Bristol City Women will be ball number 9 in the Fifth Round draw, which will take place live on BBC World News Channel at 6:40pm this evening (Monday, January 27th).