FRAIZER Campbell says he'd take a goal from six inches rather than long range after his second goal in as many matches for Crystal Palace. The summer signing put the Eagles ahead shortly into the second half against Leicester City and was happy to score his first at Selhurst Park in front of the "brilliant" home support. Campbell helped the ball into the back of the net from very close range following Scott Dann's goalward header to double his tally for the season. "I am delighted to score again but more importantly back-to-back wins for the team," he said. "The fans are brilliant so it was great to get my first goal at the home stadium, but more importantly we got the three points and won the game. "Football is always more enjoyable when you're scoring and winning games. "I'd take one from six inches rather than 60 yards but it doesn't really matter, as long as it goes in the net and it helps the team. "There was a couple of guys in between the ball and the goal so you've just got to try and help it on."
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