Okay Yokuslu has shared a Twitter message after West Brom battled to a 0-0 draw in their Premier League clash with Burnley.
The Baggies played more than an hour with only 10-men after Semi Ajayi was shown his marching orders for a deliberate handball.
That didn’t affect the Baggies, who should have taken more from the game; something which clearly affected Yokuslu in his message.
Writing on his personal Twitter account after the game, Yokuslu admitted he was proud of his new teammates for their performance at Turf Moor.
“I feel so sad about last night,” he wrote.
“We were so close to getting three points but at the same time, I am proud of the effort we showed to win the game with one player missing. Keep fighting.”
Yokuslu and the Baggies have every right to feel upset.
We are still scratching our heads over how we didn’t score at least once and come away with the points, the chances were there to be taken.
Mbaye Diagne and Matheus Pereira could have easily scored on multiple occasions, but fluffed their lines, sometimes inexcusably.
The Turkish international had the massive role of keeping the strain off the defence, and he did it perfectly in Lancashire.
Yokuslu has been a phenomenal signing, and already has WhoScored’s highest match average in the entire squad from his three performances.
The 26-year-old will be vital to any chances of survival, and he is clearly up for the fight.
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