Blackburn Rovers vs Wigan Athletic (3-0) – Match Review

 

Blackburn Rovers returned to winning ways with a comfortable 3-0 win over relegation strugglers Wigan Athletic to end their winless streak.

Rovers broke the deadlock midway through the first half via a Danny Graham penalty.

Graham added to both his and Rovers tally thanks to some horrific Wigan Athletic defending.

The third goal came via Bradley Dack and yet another disaster by the Wigan defense, one of the scrappiest goals you will ever see.

Those goals saw Rovers over the line and 3 valuable points.

The game also saw the debut of young defender Tyler Magliore who is proud to walk away with a clean sheet.

Rovers: Raya, Nyambe, Magloire, Williams, Bell (Conway, 26), Reed, Travis, Bennett (c), Dack, Armstrong (Rothwell, 63), Graham (Nuttall, 63).

Unused substitutes: Leutwiler, Smallwood, Brereton, Evans.

Goal: Graham pen, 38, 54, Dack, 86

Booked: Conway, 44, Williams, 79, Rothwell, 88

Wigan Athletic: Jones, Morsy (c), Olsson, Dunkley, James, Robinson, Jacobs (Windass, 60), Massey (McManaman, 46), Evans, Powell (Clarke, 80), Garner.

Unused substitutes: Walton, Kipre, Gibson, Naismith.

Booked: Dunkley, 42, Olsson, 42, Garner, 78, James, 85

Referee: Chris Kavanagh.

Attendance: 12,763 (1,126 away)

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