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Boro v West Bromwich Albion (A) 3-2 (Saville, Assombalonga (2) )

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Holy *** we actually look half decent when we're not slapping it 90 yards in the vague direction of Hugill, who'd have thought it eh

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Boro pressure and Sam Johnson plays a casual pass up the middle, intercepted by Saville who bursts into the area and places it far post, great reading of the play.

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Yes Saville!

 

Now 11 men in our penalty area for the rest of the game.....

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Lol Dani Ayala just intercepted a pass, ran 40 yards and because he was so far ahead of everyone just had a shot from distance. Hit the target too, although it was straight at the keeper.

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Dam mate Ayala making runs into the final 3rd.....more of that please !!!

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That's the Saville I thought we bought great driving run and low finish.

 

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Brum leading against all the stars Forest just bought

 

Brentford pulls one back at home v Blackburn

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