JORDAN RHODES capped a fine four days by powering promotion-chasing Huddersfield Town to a 3-0 win over Notts County but refused to take the credit.
The modest marksman returned from making his Scotland Under 21 debut in Belgium on Thursday to score two, taking his seasons tally to 20, and set up Gary Roberts for the other.
Yesterdays comprehensive victory in front of the Sky cameras put Town four points clear of Peterborough in the second automatic promotion spot in League I and ensured a new club record of 18 league games unbeaten in the same season.
Rhodes said: I havent scored when weve been live on TV, so I was pleased they went in.
But I don't think theyll go down as classic finishes they were both in the six-yard box!
Of the unbeaten run, Rhodes added: I bet Ive only played in half of them due to my ankle injury.
There are plenty of others, like Peter Clarke and Kevin Kilbane, whove probably had more to do with run than me.
On-loan Hull man Kilbane showed his commitment to the Town cause by flying back from Dublin, where he won his 109th Republic of Ireland cap in Saturdays 2-1 defeat of Macedonia, to take up a place on the bench against Notts.
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