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Blackburn Rovers vs Swansea City (2-2) - Match Review

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Blackburn Rovers ended their 2018-19 Championship season with a hard fought 2-2 result against Swansea City.

Rovers took the lead through Darragh Lenihan's scrappy effort in the 1st half before Swansea broke away with two quick fire goals of their own courtesy of Baker-Richardson and McBurnie.

Rovers started the 2nd half with the bit between their teeth and levelled the game via Bradley Dack's goal, and were unlucky not to win it with multiple efforts as the season came to a close.

The result ends our return to the Championship and leaves me with muct anticipation for the new season. I expect some familar faces to leave and I hope for some exciting new options to arrive.

I will talk more about this is separate videos during the week.

Rovers: Leutwiler, Bennett (c) (Davenport, 28), Lenihan, Williams, Bell, Travis, Evans (Chapman, 74), Rothwell, Dack, Armstrong, Graham (Conway, 66).

Unused substitutes: Raya, Mulgrew, Brereton, Butterworth.

Goal: Lenihan, 20, Dack, 47

Booked: Dack, 44

Swansea City: Nordfeldt, Roberts, Routledge (Dyer, 86), McBurnie, Fulton, van der Hoorn (c), Carter-Vickers, Byers (Asoro, 78), Baker-Richardson (Dhanda, 61), John, Grimes.

Unused substitutes: Benda, Naughton, Rodon, McKay.

Goals: Baker-Richardson, 25, McBurnie, 34

Booked: Carter-Vickers, 69


Referee: Jarred Gillett

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