Alan75 Posted March 23, 2008 Share Posted March 23, 2008 Earthquake Hits Ewood Match Report by 1864roverite Blackburn Rovers sit 8th today in The English Premiership poised to renew the challenge for 6th spot that would secure european football for the Ewood Park outfit, this is despite the earthquake that rocked Ewood Park in the 16th minute when Emeeelllle 'eskey, the Wigan pie eater supreme, hit the turf like the proverbial sack of shyte, reaching 6.8 on the Mike Dean red card scale. In an entertaining game, Rovers shrugged off the inept display of yet another supposed top referee to register a revenge win against the pie eaters. The game was shaken into life with the positive response Mark Hughes demanded of his team when a swerving shot from Sir David Bentley of Ewood caused untold problems for sicknote, the Pie eaters keeper leaving Roque Santa Cruz to punish them with a well taken header. Then the shock of the second earthquake to hit England in 2 months. Peskey 'eskey on a one on one, following a disturing header from Oijer, fell nonchalently to the ground. The surge was felt in Brighton as Mike Dean took his note book and sent Big Chris Samba packing to the changing rooms. The Ewwod Stands rattled in anger but were left intact as the pie eaters drew level with the ensuing penalty. In that one moment Mike Dean had ruined the game. As the game too'd a fro'd, Rovers regrouped and led by an energetic Roberts, they took the lead as he bamboozled their defender and slotted the ball through the keepers legs. 2-1 half time. Second half was a sparring boxing match. How the pie eaters players survived the yellow cards syndrome is beyond belief. Several players should have given their names to Dean for his invitation list. Then a sublime piece of football that resulted in an exquisite cross from Sir David, clinically despatched into the net by Roque Santa Cruz. 3-1 game over. Dean did his best to ruin the game, blowing his whistle more times than Michael blows bubbles, but he did level the sendings off when he eventually thought he had better do something about Wilson palacious's constant fouling after he took out Dunny. His final whistle was the best quickly followed by news of some very very good results for Rovers in the other games. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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