Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov hails comeback against Blackpool

Bulgarian hopes his best days are yet to come
Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov hailed the way his side came back from two goals down to beat Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.

The home side had raced away to a comfortable two-goal lead in the first period, but the Red Devils came back strongly in the second-half to score thrice and claim a victory.

"We have the mentality that we can win even when we are 1-0 or 2-0 down," said the Bulgarian.

"We are always confident that if we can score one, we can score even more. Although the first half was not so good, we overcame that obstacle."

The former Tottenham Hotspur man also believes that manager Sir Alex Ferguson's substitutions changed the course of the game, as Ryan Giggs produced an assist while Javier Hernandez scored the leveller.

He said: "The substitutions did change the game. Giggs has experience and his cross was excellent and Chicharito just wants to score goals - but it was the team spirit that won the game."

The 29-year-old contributed to the cause by scoring two goals during the victory over the Seasiders, taking his tally to 19 goals in the Premier League this season. And he hopes that his current form will be shadowed by even better performances for United in the future.

Berbatov said: "Personally, I hope this is not the best football of my career - I hope the best is still in the future in a United shirt."

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