Date: 29th November 2012 at 10:12am
Written by:
Blackburn Rovers
1 – 2
Bolton Wanderers

Ewood Park

npower Championship

28 November 2012 19:45

Attendance: 18,010

Referee: Stuart Attwell

Blackburn RoversBolton Wanderers
RhodesK.Davies, Lee
RobinsonBogdan
Mn OlssonMears
DannWarnock
 
HenleyKnight
G. HanleyRicketts
FormicaEagles81'
MurphyAndrews
Etuhu62'Spearing
 
RhodesLCY89'
King71'Butterfield73'
Rochina
 
69'SKD

Substitutes

KeanLonergan
GivetReam
Lowe62'Mills89'
Pedersen69'Petrov73'
Ms OlssonPratley81'
VukcevicN'Gog
Kazim-Richards71'Afobe

Game Statistics

20Goal attempts16
11On Target11
5Corners3
13Fouls13
1Yellow Cards2
0Red Cards0
50%50
 

4 Replies to “Stats: Blackburn Rovers v Bolton Wanderers”

  • Great game. Good performance from us. Dodgy referee. Awful traffic. Space downstairs in the away end in contravention of every fire safety law going, saw one poor girl having a claustrophobia-related panic attack trying to squeeze past the back of the beer queue. Marked absence of Blackburn fans. Eagles amazing. Andrews not so. Butterfield and Spearing excellent. Defence are getting tighter as the opposition player receives the ball. Defending higher up the pitch, except for Petrov when he came on. Six unbeaten now – bring on Ipswich…

  • Great game, exciting and entertaining. Real Football on display again from the Wanderers! Andrews, Mears and Pratley only weak points and they have all improved slightly. All Dougie has to do now is stop us going to sleep at any point in the game. I can understand it happening to one player but it always seems to happen to three or four at the same exact time. The number of goals I have feared were going to happen and then I seem to see it happening in slow motion until the ball goes into our net I couldn’t count. Onwards and upwards – bring on the tractor boys and the bookies fav for our Manager’s job after calamity failure had left!

  • Second time Dougies brought Pratley on and the opposition have scored within a minute. So he’s not just *****, he’s also a bad luck charm. I know he isn’t directly to blame for the goals, I think it’s more that when the rest of our team see him enter the fray, they go into a mini-shock, and temporarily freeze in fear. You know, like them sheep(or are they goats?) that fall over comatose when panicked….

  • Kangaroos and Rabbits Mate, they freeze when you shine a light on them, as for defenders they just dont have a clue. Great result, hopefully we might now get back to back victories which is vital if we are gonna drag ourselves up the table. This league is more unpredictable than the prem, its like snakes and ladders results are up and down like a fiddlers elbow. Davies did himself no harm, I would still keep that sweeping brush handy just in case. Bruce & Skippy have gone out for a drink tonight leaving me free to knock this up, speaking of Kangaroos, once had a great big roo steak but it kept jumping off the plate, at the local chippie you get flake instead of cod, which is shark – just like cod, shark meat can shake about for hours after its killed and cut up, all to do with the nerves in the fish, we just nail it to the frying pan, no worries !

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