Leo Ulloa savoured his double strike against the leaders and admitted: “We could have scored more.”
The Argentinean ended his five-match wait for a goal with the second half strikes which capped Albion’s sensational 4-1 win at Leicester last night.
Ulloa said: “I don’t worry when I get chances and don’t score, I worry when I don’t get chances.
“What was troubling me was I was getting so few chances. “But this time we created a few good openings and we could have scored even more goals.”
Albion were 2-0 up in 24 minutes against a City side celebrating promotion.
Ulloa added: “We were strong from the start and that allowed us to get in front and control the match. It’s a great result.”
Bewildered Leicester boss Nigel Pearson said: “It’s a wake-up call.”
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