Hogan Triple Lights Up Blues Win

Ireland international Scott Hogan scored a hat-trick in the name of Birmingham City They achieved only their third win of the championship season with a 3-1 victory West Brom in hawthorn.

Hogan put City ahead early in each half, scoring well for Wallace before adding a neat third to set up a winning streak away from the ground for City.

The visitors looked energetic and took the lead in the 14th minute. Hogan put in a fine, low touch through goalkeeper David Button after Juninho Bacona’s through ball overcame the offside trap.

Scott Hogan celebrates his opening goal that night

Midfielder Dara O’Shea and Jason Mullombi both started for the hosts, and Mullombi was pivotal in the 23rd minute equalizer, as a superb through ball allowed Wallace to end the match.

Not far from Mullombi by a plunge and swerve he sailed a foot over the keel before Rudy squeezed a similar effort from Swift up.

The Blues regained the lead in stunning fashion in the 54th minute. Hogan scored his second goal of the game and fourth of the season, but owes a lot to Bakuna, who started the move by winning the ball from a corner kick at West Bromwich Albion before taking a pass by Troy Deeney and clearly racing, before supplying him with the ball. objection.

Jason Mullombi takes on a challenge from Birmingham’s Troy Denny

Hogan completed a hat-trick when he caught a great through ball from Denny on the left and cut inside before hitting the ball through Button’s legs at the near post.

Substitute Brandon Thomas-Ashanti made it 3-2 with a late penalty but Albion was unable to pull a further equaliser as Birmingham racked up consecutive away victories and won Hawthorne for the first time since August 2005.

Rotherham Their best start ever matched a second tier campaign after winning 3-0 over it Blackpool.

Kiduzy Ogbeni celebrates his goal against Blackpool

The goals of Chidose Ogbini, Wes Harding and Georgie Kelly raised the rising team’s tally to 13 points from its first eight games of the season, equaling the result it achieved in 1965/66.

They were the full value of their victory – their third of the season – and on that evidence, it looks like Millers will finally grab the yo-yo status that has seen them swap between the Championship and the top flight every season since 2016.

Ogbene took advantage of a faulty header from teammate Richard Wood to send a consecutive header past Daniel Grimshaw and into the far corner.

Jimmy Dunn started in the middle half like QPR He’s back in winning ways with a 2-0 win in the away London derby Millwall.

Chris Willock’s stunning turn and finish outside the box, not long after the break, broke the deadlock at Dunn and put Rangers on their way to getting all three points.

Norway captain Stefan Johansen then made the match safe by shooting home after a well-executed corner kick that quickly sent the traveling fans into ecstasy.

Both sides created plenty of opportunities in the Fiery Capital affair, but the clinical termination made it a successful trip south of the river for the Rangers.

Jeff Hendrick played the full 90 minutes reading Where the royal family lost their record in the domestic league by 100% as happened in a comprehensive 3-0 defeat to Sunderland.

The Black Cats dominated most of the first half without creating much until Patrick Roberts scored two goals in several minutes before the break.

Jack Clarke effectively settled the problem in the 69th minute, tapping into a superb cross pass from Dan Neal to put it in the net.

Reading had won all of its previous four league games at SCL Stadium and had also won four of its past five Sky Bet games.

Sunderland collected 11 points from their first eight matches in the Second Division.

Andrew Omobamidele was once again in the heart Norwich City Defense like the Canaries Made it six league victories in the role they played Bristol City 3-2 in an entertaining match on Karoo Road.

The 20-year-old – pictured above – has played in all nine league games this season, with Teemu Pukki and sixth-of-the-season double from his attacking partner Josh Sargent to a hard-fought win for the hosts, who are closed off. The difference between leaders Sheffield United to one point.

Tommy Conway and Antoine Semenio scored the two goals for the visitors, who fought back well after falling 2-0 down early.

while Coventry He came from behind twice to end a run of four consecutive league defeats with a 2-2 draw Luton – Only the second point of the season.

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