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Blackburn Rovers vs Leeds United (2-1) - Match Review - 2018/19





Blackburn Rovers returned from international break with a win over high flyers Leeds United 2-1.

Goals from Danny Graham and Darragh Lenihan pushed Rovers over the line as Leeds lost their first away game of the season.

Leeds made things interesting by scoring on the stroke of half time Klich the goalscorer.

It was a high tempo game that offered many opportunities for both sets of players but Tony Mowbray will be the happier of the coaches.

In this video we hear from Leeds United supporter Heidi Haigh with her thoughts and reaction to the result.  The Gaffa Tony Mowbray gives us his opinion on the match, plus analysis and other reaction.

Rovers: Raya, Bennett, Lenihan, Mulgrew (c), Bell, Evans, Smallwood (Rodwell, 57), Reed (Conway, 68), Dack, Armstrong, Graham (Brereton, 61).

Unused substitutes: Leutwiler, Williams, Rothwell, Palmer.

Goals: Graham, 2, Lenihan, 70

Booked: Smallwood, 46, Evans, 86, Rodwell, 87

Leeds United: Peacock-Farrell, Cooper (c), Roofe (Hernandez, 70), Alioski, Roberts, Saiz, Dallas (Clarke, 76), Jansson, Phillips, Berardi (Shackleton, 86), Klich.

Unused substitutes: Blackman, Forshaw, Pearce, Baker, Shackleton.

Booked: Roofe, 68

Referee: Darren England

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