Will Keane was pleased to have ended his Preston North End goal drought and come out on top of his personal dual with twin brother Michael in the derby victory over Burnley.
Keane’s 64th minute goal which put PNE ahead at Turf Moor, was his first in the Championship since joining on loan from Manchester United in the summer.
Daniel Johnson netted late on in the clash to give North End a 2-0 win – their first at Turf Moor for eight years.
It was a family affair on the pitch as striker Keane went head-to-head with his sibling who was at the heart of the Burnley defence.
Off the pitch, most of the Keane family were dotted around the ground to watch the brothers do battle.
Keane told the Evening Post: “We were both desperate to win and I’m sure Michael hated losing.
We were both desperate to win and I’m sure Michael hated losingWill Keane
“All the family were there, half were in the Preston end and some were in the players lounge – I saw my mum cheering at the end!
“On a personal note I was really glad to get the goal to help the team win.”
After firing through his brother’s legs to score, he added: “I was glad to get my shot off and see it hit the back of the net – I think it went through my brother’s legs on the way.”