CHERRIES forward Antoine Semenyo says he has never seen a shot he did not like, stating: “If I see any glimpse, I’m going to take it.”

Ghanaian international Semenyo was on target at the weekend, scoring Cherries’ second in a pulsating 2-2 draw against Newcastle United.

After receiving the ball from fellow goalscorer Dominic Solanke midway through the Newcastle half, Semenyo approached the box and Newcastle defender Dan Burn.

Creating just enough separation from his marker on the edge of the area, Semenyo let fly, with his effort fired across Martin Dubravka in the Magpies’ goal and into the back of the net.

Asked about the goal, Semenyo told the Daily Echo: “I never turn down a shot.

“I think that's one of my strengths really, shooting right and left.

“So if I see any glimpse I'm going to take it.

"I'm happy I took it on and got the goal.”

After putting Cherries ahead on 69 minutes, Semenyo was substituted in the 78th to make way for Dango Ouattara.

Former Cherry Matt Ritchie popped up in stoppage time to ensure spoils were shared, with Semenyo admitting to feeling powerless watching on from the bench.

“I felt a little bit helpless,” the 24-year-old continued.

“We were carrying a bit of momentum from the second goal, I think we were playing well.

“We had a bit of control of the game as well.

“But, it's not over, so we just have to make sure we're defending as a team and getting the ball out of the area as much as we can.

“But I mean, the team done well and we'll take a point.

“I think it's a point gained.

“I mean, it's a tough place to come.

“It's a very tough place with a Newcastle team, they might not be in the best of form right now, but it's always a tough place to come.

“We had a few chances, definitely.

“I think another day we would have scored maybe three or four.

“But it wasn't the day.

“We'll take the point and just look at the positives.

“We haven't won the last the last four games.

“So it's definitely a step in the right direction.

“It gives us momentum for the next game against Manchester City.

“I mean, it's definitely deflating, but you have to look at the positives.

“You can't look at the negatives really.

“We just know next game, if we go with the same intensity and hopefully finish our chances that we can get a result.”