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Boro vs Bristol City (A) 2-0 (Braithwaite, Assombalonga)

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Was that a Randolph assist? Their defence did not look comfortable at all there. Havoc out of nothing.

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Bit embarrassed to say I thought the reds were boro (face palm)

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Lewis Wing makes a rare mistake and gives the ball away in the middle but Boro recover well.

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Was that a Randolph assist? Their defence did not look comfortable at all there. Havoc out of nothing.

 

Was it a l**g b**l ?

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Was that a Randolph assist? Their defence did not look comfortable at all there. Havoc out of nothing.

 

It was,

 

 

There's a link to the goal if anyone wants to see it.

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Flint's going to have a field day at every corner here wonder if we send him up for throw ins as well they can't get close to him in the air.

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Flint's going to have a field day at every corner here wonder if we send him up for throw ins as well they can't get close to him in the air.

 

We already do send him up for the long throw ins

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