Carlos Corberan, the manager of West Brom, has commended Grady Diangana for his recent performances. Diangana scored in consecutive league matches, opening the scoring in West Brom’s 2-0 victory over Coventry City on Monday night. This win elevated West Brom to fifth place in the Championship table, and the team is determined to contend for a promotion to the Premier League this season. West Brom is on an unbeaten streak of three games and is ahead of Cardiff City and Hull City in the standings due to their superior goal difference. After defeating Coventry, the gap to third-place Leeds United is now just two points.
Carlos Corberan likened Grady Diangana’s attacking instincts to Real Madrid’s legendary striker Raul, who scored 323 goals during his illustrious career. Corberan mentioned that Diangana’s goal demonstrated his strong connection to the game, much like Raul’s ability to seize opportunities in matches.
Currently, West Brom occupies fifth place in the Championship table.
Diangana has now scored two goals in the Championship this season and will aim to maintain his goal-scoring form throughout the rest of the season. The 25-year-old forward has struggled with consistency in front of goal since joining West Brom, but his recent performances indicate a potential improvement. West Brom is set to face promotion rivals Hull in their next match on November 4.
Grady Diangana’s recent good form, coupled with public praise from his manager, should boost his confidence. West Brom has faced injury issues in their attack this season, and Diangana stepping up would significantly enhance their chances of promotion. If he can continue this form in the coming weeks, it will be a major boost to West Brom’s aspirations of securing a play-off spot this season.