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Boro V Wigan Athletic 2-0 (Hugill (2) )

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Get in, although I do think this has much more to do with how bad Wigan are at the back more than us been brilliant going forward but will take it.


LOL - Or could we make them look bad?


Every game we win/do well in we're lucky.... according to some!

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What was Hugill's second goal like?


It was actually beautiful. It was a driven cross from Braithwaite that the keeper sort of slowed down with a parry, Hugill adjusted his body perfectly took it down on his chest and crushed the half volley into the roof of the net.

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Get in, although I do think this has much more to do with how bad Wigan are at the back more than us been brilliant  going forward but will take it.


that wigan comms team seem to think they were doing well until friend got the pen. they probs be nervous or a hammering now. its typical football, go to a team who cant score for toffee at home and get thrashed lol.


hugill so pleased for him, hes been improving all the time. a fit and confident hugill is a good asset to have.

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