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


Blackburn Rovers stopped the recent run of defeats to force a draw against a Birmingham City blessed with a very decent attacking force.

Birmingham opened up the scoring through Che Adams midway through the first half. To be honest, Birmingham could have scored a few more goals, so Rovers very lucky to only be one goal down at half time.

Early in the 2nd half Charlie Mulgrew leveled the scoring direct from a corner kick. With the scores level, Rovers searched for a winner, however Birmingham also threatened. However it was Rovers who took the lead via Danny Graham to give Rovers belief that we could win this game.

However the red hot striker Che Adams had other thoughts, and snatched a share of the spoils with a difficult strike from a tricky angle.

In this video we hear from two Birmingham City supporters Sean Guiden and Jack Iles as well as Tony Mowbray.

Also we look at the match stats, heat maps and comments from around social media.

After 90 minutes, the points were shared and I feel Rovers should be happier.

Birmingham City: Camp, Morrison (c), Colin, Maghoma (Mrabti, 57), Adams, G. Gardner, Dean, Jota (Mahoney, 70), Jutkiewicz (Vassell, 77), Pedersen, Kieftenbeld.

Unused substitutes: Trueman, Davis, C. Gardner, Harding.

Goals: Adams, 17, 85.


Rovers: Raya, Nyambe, Rodwell, Mulgrew (c), Bell, Smallwood, Travis, Bennett, Dack, Reed (Armstrong, 67), Graham.

Unused substitutes: Leutwiler, Rothwell, Brereton, Nuttall, Evans, Conway.

Goals: Mulgrew, 52, Graham, 83.

Bookings: Mulgrew, 47, Smallwood, 86.

Referee: Peter Bankes.
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