Date: 5th October 2019 at 8:00am
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I told you not to panic didn’t I?

The Blues ended their three-match losing streak by beating Middlesbrough last night, but boy were we made to work hard for it.

One of the biggest talking points coming into the game would be whether or not Lee Camp would get the nod in goal given his error against Wigan. He was, and it got a couple of Blues fans feeling rather nervous.

The Blues were the more dominant team in the first half and created a few good chances, but found themselves thwarted by Darren Randolph in the Boro goal.

He couldn’t keep them out forever though, as the Blues scored certainly one of the more aesthetically pleasing goals you’re likely to see at St Andrew’s this season, with Fran Villalba wrapping it up.

The Blues kept pushing to find that second goal, but just couldn’t make the breakthrough.

And they were made to pay for those missed chances, as the visitors equalised with just over five minutes to go and send the Blues fans into heartbreak.

That heartbreak wouldn’t last long though, as young Odin Bailey would pop up at the back post in the 90th minute to send B9 into raptures.

 
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2 Replies to “‘Take a bow son’: Late drama at St Andrew’s as Blues stop the rot against Boro”

  • That was the BEST game of football I have seen at stans for a long while ,.and hey Villalba , and Odin Bailey are really looking important parts of this team , sign them up ,..

  • Sunjic and Crowley were outstanding, great performance but should have had the game won in first half, just have to finish sides off while we are on top

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