Fraizer Campbell helps Cardiff to first Premier League win, as Spurs continue their good start
Former England Under-21 striker Fraizer Campbell stole the headlines on Sunday, as he netted two goals to help Cardiff City record their first ever Premier League win with a 3-2 victory over Manchester City.
The former Manchester United youngster netted a late brace as the Welsh club celebrated their first home game in the top flight in style with an impressive win over the former champions.
The 25-year-old made his senior debut for England against Holland back in February 2012 and if he continues to get among the goals, he seems certain to catch the attention of England Manager Roy Hodgson.
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay said: "He worked hard over the summer and I now think I have a player there who has had an England cap and, over the piece, I think could force his way back into that squad if he keeps his head down and keeps working and playing like that against top, top players."
And Campbell was thrilled to make an immediate impact in the Premier League and paid tribute to his Cardiff team-mates for helping him to get on the scoresheet.
Campbell said: “They had a central midfielder playing centre-back, so you knew there'd be a bit of an opportunity there.
“There were some great deliveries into the penalty box, and it was a great team performance."
Meanwhile, in the other Premier League game at White Hart Lane, former England Under-21 winger Andros Townsend played a major role in helping Tottenham come away with a 1-0 win over Swansea.
Townsend was brought down inside the box by Jonjo Shelvey and Roberto Soldado made no mistake from the penalty spot to help the north London club record maximum points from their opening two games.
England defender Kyle Walker had another solid game at right back while Jermain Defoe came on as a late substitute.