Championship highlights and round-up: Stoke win at last, Millwall stun LeedsCat:未分類
Substitute Scott Hogan netted a 90th-minute winner as Stoke finally picked up their first win of the Championship year against Swansea.
With boss Nathan Jones coming under increasing stress, the Potters created a nightmare start as they fell behind Andre Ayew tapping on the rebound after Yan Dhandas shot was parried by Stoke keeper Adam Federici, within a minute.
But by snatching the winner at the passing Stoke levelled in the 22nd minute, Sam Clucas pitted against his former club, then stunned Swansea.
Ten-man Leeds were not able to take advantage since they lost 2-1 to Millwall.
Millwall, whod Adam Barrett in caretaker bill after Neil Harris resigned throughout the week, moved ahead with Jed Wallace after Gaetano Berardi was sent off, Placing a penalty from the 16th minute.
Tom Bradshaw made it 2-0 using a fine finish on the stroke of half-time although Ezgjan Alioski decreasing the deficit a second Leeds couldnt find an equaliser.
Those outcomes enabled top of the table to move after a 4-2 win over Cardiff.
Matheus Pereiras curler (20) and Grady Diangana drive (42) put the Baggies 2-0 ahead in the break and Charlie Austin added a third with 19 minutes .
Cardiff striker Danny Ward ripped a brace (75 & 86) to establish a frantic finish but Romaine Sawyers wrapped up these points in stoppage time.
Fulham shared with an entertaining 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage with Charlton.
Conor Gallagher (41) place the visitors into a deserved lead but Fulham levelled 10 minutes into the second half when Ivan Cavaleiro fired home following a one-two with Bobby Decordova-Reid.
Macauley Bonne headed Charlton back in front within two minutes just to make it half an hour later, pouncing from close selection.
Nottingham Forest climbed into second place, level on points with West Brom, following a 1-0 home win over Brentford as Ben Watson grabbed the only goal.
Preston are currently third after defeating against Barnsley 5-1 at Deepdale after extending their unbeaten league run to eight matches.
Cameron McGeehan two minutes canceled out daniel Johnsons 31st-minute opener for North End before half-time – Barnsley away goal in the league this season.
But Alex Neils side ran riot in the second half of Tom Barkhuizen (50), Johnson (60), Ben Pearson (63) along with Josh Harrop (77) on target.
Famara Diedhiou netted the sole goal as Bristol City went into the final position after a 1-0 win over Reading, who drop into the bottom three.
Second-half targets from Karlan Grant (68), Juninho Bacuna (74) and Elias Kachunga (82) assisted Huddersfield post back-to-back league wins since they slipped past Hull 3-0 in the home.
A Matty Pearson personal goal in the 11th minute, after a blunder by goalkeeper Simon Sluga, along with a second from Tom Lawrence (70) helped Derby to a 2-0 home win over Luton.
By beating against Blackburn 4-2 at Loftus Road QPR finished a two-game dropping run.
Nahki Wells (30) opened the scoring with Ebe Eze (49) incorporating another before Bradley Dack (57) halved the deficit in the playground area.
Intelligent Osayi-Samuel (60) and Jordan Hugill (77) extended QPRs guide with Adam Armstrong (86) netting a consolation.
The primary goal for Sheffield Wednesday of massimo Luongo ensured a win over Wigan.
Birmingham beat Middlesbrough 2-1 on Friday night.
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