Sport ‘Looks a player’ – Many Blackburn Rovers fans react to influential impact from ace in Hull City win
Blackburn 2-2 Luton: FLW reports as Berry double snatches late Hatters point
If ever you need an example that football is never over until it’s over, just watch this game. For so much of this 90 minutes and beyond, it looked as though Blackburn Rovers were set for three more points to start this season, only for the latest of goals to earn Luton a dramatic draw […]For so much of this 90 minutes and beyond, it looked as though Blackburn Rovers were set for three more points to start this season, only for the latest of goals to earn Luton a dramatic draw after a spirited fightback that put just about anyone watching it, well and truly through the ringer.
A number of Blackburn Rovers supporters have hailed the impact that Reda Khadra had off the bench as Rovers managed to pick up a 2-0 win against Hull City on Tuesday night.
Tony Mowbray’s side headed into the game hoping to get back to winning ways after they suffered the frustrations of giving up a 2-0 lead against Luton Town on Saturday.
It was vital that Blackburn were able to bounce back from that disappointment and show that they can hold onto leads in matches and secure all three points from strong positions.
2 Blackburn Rovers players who could do with being loaned out in January
The summer transfer window ended up being a rather quiet one for Blackburn Rovers, with only five new players joining the club. But while the overriding concern from that will be lack of depth the club have been left with, and the failure to secure a replacement for Adam Armstrong, there are other issues for […]But while the overriding concern from that will be lack of depth the club have been left with, and the failure to secure a replacement for Adam Armstrong, there are other issues for Rovers to face as well.
Against Hull, Blackburn were able to do that after they finally started to make the most of getting into dangerous positions in the final third in the second period.
One player, in particular, that was able to make a major difference for Rovers was Khadra, with Mowbray bringing the Brighton loanee off the bench for his first Championship appearance for the club on 54 minutes.
Khadra managed to add real quality to proceedings for Blackburn andy whilst he was on the field.
While the 20-year-old also drove at Hull’s backline andto try and make things happen in the final third.
It was an encouraging display from Khadra and it was no surprise to see both of Blackburn’s goals come after his introduction from the bench.
Huddersfield Town 3-2 Blackburn Rovers: FLW report as Danny Ward double secures timely win
Huddersfield Town got back to winning ways in the Championship this evening, beating Blackburn Rovers 3-2 thanks to Danny Ward’s brace. Alex Vallejo fired Huddersfield into a first-half lead and Ben Brereton Diaz equalised twice for Rovers on a thrilling evening. However, the night belonged to Ward, who scored his second and third goals of […]Alex Vallejo fired Huddersfield into a first-half lead and Ben Brereton Diaz equalised twice for Rovers on a thrilling evening.
Many Blackburn fans were delighted with what they saw from Khadra on his first appearance in the Championship for Rovers.
Here, we take a look at some of the best reactions on social media…
Khadra has changed this game. Brighton have a real footballer on their hands
— Scott Martin (@SD_Martin92)
Great feet. Looked sharp. Needs to start.
— JT (@Jam3sT77)
Khadra starts Saturday. Two subs made a huge difference.
— Ell (@Elliottkinsella)
Good to get back to winning ways tonight. Not a great performance but two really well taken goals. Big performance from Ayala and Lenihan, Travis and Rothwell too but Khadra and Butterworth coming on changed the game and it became sort of comfortable. Pleasing result????⚪
— Mick Isherwood (@Tish_BRFC)
Really good win, the introduction of Butterworth and Khadra made all the difference in the second-half. Impressed with Butterworth, in particular.
Brilliant Blackburn head Championship winners and losers
Humble pie being eaten here as Blackburn win again and establish themselves in the top six of the Championship … © PA Images Blackburn striker Ben Brereton Diaz Winners Brilliant Blackburn Rovers As this particular F365 writer braces himself for endless ‘bantz’ and ‘ratios’ with regards to a certain article written on Blackburn Rovers in the summer, Tony Mowbray’s side out-ratioed their Cardiff City opponents on Saturday afternoon with consummate ease, going into the half-time break 3-0 up and ending the day victors by a 5-1 scoreline.
And a clean sheet….I knew it would be tonight!! ????
— Mark Whittle (@MarkWhittle1)
khadra and butterworth are silly…must start on sat
— billy (@BWils__)
Can’t wait to see more of khadra, looks a player
— Lewis Horsfield (@lewishorsey92)
Tony Mowbray delivers honest Blackburn Rovers transfer admission .
Tony Mowbray has revealed that Blackburn Rovers centre-back Scott Wharton has attracted plenty of interest across past transfer windows, during an interview with the LancsLive. Wharton, who has not featured for the Lancashire club in nine months, is currently continuing his rehabilitation after snapping his Achilles back in December. The 23-year-old has made 14 appearances in […]Wharton, who has not featured for the Lancashire club in nine months, is currently continuing his rehabilitation after snapping his Achilles back in December.