World News – GB – Blackburn Rovers v Forest LIVE: Lolley wins late


Joe Lolley’s deflected strike in the 90th minute secured all three points after the Reds were the better team, earning the 1-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park

It was a first clean sheet in 12 games for the Reds who had lost their first five games of the season

Chris Hughton has made four changes since Sabri Lamouchi’s last game in charge: the 2-1 loss to Bristol City

Center-backs Loic Mbe Soh and Tyler Blackett came out with the latter injured In their place were fit again Scott McKenna and Tobias Figueiredo

Ryan Yates got a nod in midfield to team up with Jack Colback with Harry Arter only on the bench

The first half was a boring affair when it came to goal-mouthing action, although Forest was more than in the game

They moved closer when Lolley’s cross tipped over the top of the bar as she threatened to dive

It took 41 minutes for a shot on target when ex-Red Ben Brereton’s docile effort was saved

Forest had the first chance of the second as Yates led Grabban’s cross up close

Visitors suffered a heavy blow after 50 minutes when Jack Colback hobbled and was replaced by Arter

Perhaps it should have been 1-0 after 62 minutes when Figueiredo’s six-yard header bounced off the ground and straight into Thomas Kaminski’s arms

Ameobi hit the post with a nice effort from outside the box after 88 minutes, then Lolley intercepted and unleashed a deflected effort that came in just as the board was going up

Forest: Samba; Christie, McKenna, Figueiredo, Ioannou; Colback (art 49), Yates; Lolley (Sow 90), Freeman, Ameobi; Grabban (Taylor 73); Subs: Smith, Mbe Soh, Jenkinson, Mighten

It was actually a very Lamouchi performance, when it worked Forest defended himself very well and attacked when they could

We’ll have a full reaction to come but it was well deserved for the Reds. What a relief

As the board climbed, Lolley’s 20-meter deflected effort was 1-0 after 90 minutes

So close for Forest A wonderful effort by the Ameobi cannons out of the 88 party security post

83 – Good defense against Forest as they get bodies on the way before Corry Evans shoots from a distance

82 – Can they force a winner? Ameobi hangs towards the goal but it’s still wide 0-0

76 – Taylor was on his own with three defenders around him, so he took an early shot and it almost fooled Kaminski, who pushed him back

74 – Ameobi is found by Freeman He advances and his shot is pushed by Kaminski to his nearby post

73 – As for as as Grabban goes off and Taylor enters Arter takes over as captain

67 – Buckley off, Chapman walking Just before that, Freeman made a really soft play as the ball moved away from him at the start line

62 Good break from Forest after Arter’s mistake in his own box This ends with Ameobi winning a Chance corner! Figueiredo’s header is straight on the keeper I should have done better

60 Forest whips a big ball in all six boxes but it escapes everyone with the nearest Freeman as well. Excellent delivery from Lolley!

57 – Bradley Johnson takes Lolley on the sideline and is reserved Good free kick for his team to take with Lolley having space in front of him

55 – Bell looked set to lead the Rovers there, but Christie came back and took one for the Great Work team as he wins the lead and gets a bite of it He’s okay

Grabban got to the signing and cut a cross Yates got up but he was too under the ball and it happened Not a keeper by any means

49 – Arter is on for Colback Colback fell after taking a hit in the first half

Again with Scott McKenna leading the ball miles away with no one around Kenny Burns would love this

Looks like both sides are unchanged here as Forest continues this first positive result of the season

It’s 0-0 at the break Quite a bit from Forest Anyone who expects a quick fix will be disappointed, but Forest did well until the last third. Something to build on

The rovers keep giving it away but Forest can’t capitalize This time Grabban finds Freeman but he turns it into a real hash and the luck is easily stifled

43 – Grabban spots the keeper far from his line but his effort is weak and wide It wasn’t Beckham or Alonso unfortunately

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