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Blackburn Rovers V Portsmouth, Nov 7
Hulanji14 (Liverpool) 7 years ago
What a second half comeback from Blackburn Rovers
CHELSEA61 ((Footytube Moderator)) 7 years ago
Yeah the Comeback was well earned but the bigger story is Portsmouth's Horrible start to the season. They seem doomed
Tony (footytube staff) 7 years ago
It started so well for portsmouth, but blackburn ran out deserved winners. Nice header from nelson
Reds89 (Manchester United) 7 years ago
Great subs by big sam
Nuurkey07 (Manchester United) 7 years ago
Great Sam Mcarthy is a great player
Salt (Aston Villa) 7 years ago
That gamble from Allardyce certainly paid off. Kudos to him for risking it
VanPersie (Arsenal) 7 years ago
Yay nelson with his second goal for blackburn in the epl. Lets hope he can continue that form for new zeleands crucial play off vs Bahrain on saturday
AustinBrock (Manchester United) 7 years ago
Should have been a red card I thought
Incuteration (Everton) 7 years ago
Robinson needs to stop conceding from 30 yards out. Capello won't be too happy with him.

Pinpoint and spot-on subs by Allardyce, McCarthy and Roberts are real good strikers who can finish, Roberts finished two brilliant goals and McCarthy assisted one
Caynan (Manchester United) 7 years ago
Rovers played well
Chelseakickass (Chelsea) 7 years ago
Oh hara had a fantastic goal I loved it, good play by both sides
Chrisg (Birmingham City) 7 years ago
First half seemed boring but a great comeback in the seccond half. The subs really made the difference and added the fight to the game that you'd really expect from two teams competing in the same area of the league
GamingX (Real Madrid) 7 years ago
It was a good comeback from Blackburn, but Portsmouth flattered to deceive. I think Portsmouth are heading down this season
Naki77 (Real Madrid) 7 years ago
Wonderful come back from Blackburn.... Showed real quality...
MattsKitchen (West Ham United) 7 years ago
Again, fab comeback. What a player this Nelson; love the Kiwis

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