Blackburn Rovers vs Birmingham City (2-2) – Match Review


Blackburn Rovers let slip a two goal lead against Birmingham City to draw 2-2 at Ewood Park.

Rovers looked comfortably in control of the match taking the lead via a Danny Graham header courtesy of a Harrison Reed free kick.

Rovers doubled their lead thanks to a tight angled strike by substitute Adam Armstrong to give Rovers a two goal cushion.

Birmingham chipped back into the game via a penalty after David Raya made a hash of a catch, the goal scored by Gardner (not sure which one). And finally Che Adams scored the leveler for Birmingham.

Both chances had opportunities to win it, but ultimately it ended in a draw.

In this video we take a look at the match statistics, see what the fans had to say and get words of wisdom from the gaffa.

Rovers: Raya, Nyambe, Lenihan, Mulgrew (c), Bell, Smallwood, Evans, Reed, Dack, Conway (Armstrong, 18), Graham (Brereton, 70).

Unused substitutes: Leutwiler, Williams, Rothwell, Downing, Palmer.

Goals: Graham, 19, Armstrong, 47

Booked: Smallwood, 90

Birmingham City: Camp, Pedersen, Roberts (Harding, 9), Colin, Kieftenbeld (C. Gardner, 56), Mahoney (Jota, 56), Adams, Jutkiewicz, Dean (c), Maghoma, G. Gardner.

Unused substitutes: Trueman, Bogle, Lakin, Dacres-Cogley.

Goal: G. Gardner pen, 78, Adams, 79

Booked: Adams, 73, C. Gardner, 90

Referee: Tony Harrington.

Attendance: 13,622 (2,066 away).

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