Robins Rowe in right direction
BRISTOL CITY 2-0 SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY
BRISTOL City are joint top of the Championship with Reading after Tommy Rowe (pictured above, right) and Jamie Paterson got their goals against Sheffield Wednesday. Rowe said of his opener: ‘I was lucky enough to run into the box and tackle the ball into the net. We nailed the game-plan and full credit to the staff and coaches.’
Arnaut continues strong start
BOURNEMOUTH 1-0 NORWICH
ARNAUT DANJUMA scored a brilliant first-half goal as Bournemouth extended their unbeaten league start to the season and inflicted Norwich’s first loss. Danjuma turned superbly before firing home from 20 yards to win this battle of two relegated sides.
■ 2 — Goals for midfielder Bradley Johnson as Blackburn won 4-0 at his old club Derby
■ 19th — Birthday Joao Pedro marked with the only goal as Watford saw off local rivals Luton
Imps draw a line in the Sand
LINCOLN made it three wins out of three to spoil Thomas Sandgaard’s first game since completing his takeover of Charlton. Jorge Grant netted in first-half stoppage-time before Lewis Montsma struck late on as the Imps moved level on points with Ipswich and Hull.
Harry fights to Old on to job
OLDHAM boss Harry Kewell is under pressure after old club Crawley’s 3-2 win made it three losses in a row. ‘No one said this would be easy,’ he said. Crawley chief John Yems joked: ‘The last time we won on the road, Lord Nelson was a cabin boy.’