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Bent insists that he did it to help his flourishing partnership with the Trinidad & Tobago forward.
However, Bruce branded it the stuff of playground football games and Bent admits it was probably the wrong call on his part.
“I was delighted to get two and happy that Kenwyne got two as well.
“But the gaffer had a go at me afterwards and when I was thinking about it, maybe I shouldn’t have done it.
IN-FORM striker Darren Bent has vowed never to relinquish penalty duties for Sunderland again after his weekend ear-bashing from Steve Bruce.
The Black Cats boss was furious with his record signing for letting Kenwyne Jones roll home his team’s second penalty in the 5-2 win over Wolves.
“I think that if he hadn’t have scored the first from the spot, maybe he wouldn’t have scored his second goal, which was really important.
"I enjoyed my time with him and when he goes to Aston Villa, if he gets the job, he will do really well."Villa's new manager will start their tenure with a midlands derby against Wolves live on Sky Sports 1 on Saturday, and despite the Championship club sitting in 19th place after just one win, the expectation levels are high.
"The size of the football club - it's one of the biggest football clubs in England.
The striker, who is laying claim to the fifth goal of yesterday’s victory over former Sunderland boss Mick Mc Carthy’s visiting Wolves side, says he will take heed of Bruce’s warning on spot-kick responsibilities.
“I think I’d rather not do it again because I don’t want to get the rap from Steve Bruce! “In my defence I think it’s important that all of the strikers are firing for the club.