‘It’s not going to get any better’ for Woking squad as Bournemouth win in dramatic last-16 tie

Woking are three points clear at the top of the Premier League table after a pulsating 3-1 win over Bournochy at St Andrew’s Park on Saturday.

A goal from Jake Kean and a goal from Daniel Pudil secured a memorable victory for the home side and ensured the hosts will progress to the last 16 of the Europa League.

It was the first win in Woking’s nine-game league campaign, following a 2-0 defeat to Reading on October 21.

Woking manager Paul James said the defeat was a disappointment for all but one of his players but praised the efforts of his team-mates.

“I thought we had a good performance and I think the guys did their bit for us,” James said.

“We were not good enough to put ourselves in a position where we were losing.”

That’s the most disappointing result.

“To go away like that with three points, we’ve got to put that to the back of our minds and get back to playing football.”

This is not a game you get to play on a Saturday.

We’ve got the biggest game of the season and it’s going to be a tough test.

“James has said his squad was “very frustrated” after the game, with winger Michael Hintze ruled out of the remaining games with a hamstring injury.”

It’s disappointing,” James added.”

The team are disappointed and disappointed because it’s a tough game against a tough opponent.

“But that’s football, you can only get out of it as well as you can get out from it.”