After Lift Luggage Stoke 1-4 Blackburn defeated

After Lift Luggage Stoke 1-4 Blackburn defeated

After Lift Luggage Stoke 1-4 Blackburn defeated

Blackburn – Stoke City Premier League so most new team that eliminated the team from the lower divisions. Blackburn Rovers, Stoke lost 1-4 and should be eliminated in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

In a match that took place on Saturday (14/2) night at Ewood Park, Stoke actually lead through Peter Crouch’s right leg kick in the 10th minute. However, the Potters are not able to maintain their lead until the first round is completed.

In the 36th minute, Joshua King deliver Blackburn equalized to 1-1 through a header. It was the first goal King of the other two goals he would print in the second half.

Before halftime, Stoke have to play with 10 men after Geoff Cameron getting a red card as a result of doing a professional foul. Blackburn were awarded a penalty in the first half injury time with a well executed by Rudy Gestede. They turned a 2-1 lead.

In the second half, King scored two goals, one each in the 50th minute and 55, with almost the same way. He ran from the right side of the Stoke defense before finally struck the ball into the goal guarded Jack Butland.

The 4-1 victory was delivered Blackburn FA Cup quarterfinals.

Two other Premier League teams, the West Bromwich Albion and West Ham United, previously fistfight first at The Hawthorns. West Brom won the duel by beating West Ham 4-0.

Brown Ideye teeth by scoring two goals in the game, each in minute 20 and 57. While the other two goals were created by James Morrison in the 42nd minute and Saido Berahino on 72 minutes.

Two minute goal Berahino created, referee Martin Atkinson had issued a red card against Morgan Amalfitano. West Ham midfielder was getting two yellow cards at the same time. First he did a hard tackle on Chris Brunt, the second when he pushed the head Brunt West Brom defender was about to rebuke.

“Our performance was quite good and I am satisfied. But, this season is still a long journey. We also need a little luck of the draw in the next round,” said West Brom manager Tony Pulis, the BT Sport.