World News – GB – Gillingham 0-0 Sunderland AFC LIVE: Match updates as cats see goal disallowed in Ligue 1 clash


Sunderland AFC transfer news RECAP: Takeover and Gillingham update sign keys ahead of Ligue 1 clash

Our team of journalists are in Priestfield ready to bring you all team news, game updates, analysis and previews of the big game

Sit back, scroll down, and follow our game updates – as Phil Parkinson’s side is a crucial win:

With two minutes to go to the end of the break, it looks like we are heading at neither side to create anything meaningful yet

More good work on the right saw O’Brien spotted in the space on the edge of the box and he cut inside before seeing a shot curl up close

Moments later, from the Black Cats’ first corner, O’Nien saw a shot hanging far from danger

A big blow to the right between Gooch and O’Nien allows the latter to cross and his delivery finds O’Brien in the penalty area, who gently sends the ball to Scowen

The midfielder is unmarked and only has to kick the ball home, but he looks up and shoots it

It was a huge chance, and from his reaction you could tell that Scowen knew it

Sunderland thinks they’ve taken the lead as O’Nien connects with a free kick from Scowen at the back post, sending a header past a crowd of bodies and into the bottom corner

There have been few complaints about the decision, but Sunderland is moving a little further now

Gooch is the first name in the book to complain after a foul was not awarded to the center of the park

The Sunderland bench is then stumped as the referee restarts with a Gills free kick, rather than a dropped ball

Not much to say so far, Sunderland sees the ball a bit more but has yet to force Lumley into Gillingham’s goal to something that looks like a meaningful save

At the other end, the hosts huff and puff but – other than that first chance from Samuel – weren’t extremely threatened

The Black Cats were unhappy moments ago as Wright cleanly won the ball halfway to see a foul inflicted on him Grant Leadbitter then had a conversation after his protests

Phil Parkinson mentioned in the week how set pieces would be key – and the Black Cats just survived three corners

Jordan Graham’s deliveries have been good and are a real outlet for the hosts, who are pushing Sunderland here

No real chance for visitors who still have to do their part of defense during the first exchanges

It came after Robbie MacKenzie spotted Dominic Samuel leaping into the box and picked him up with a tight pass

Both teams are looking into the distance and it is on the right that Sunderland has been luckiest so far – O’Brien and McLaughlin combining well to get the latter to cross, with the delivery scrambled by Gillingham

At the other end, Tom Flanagan is not happy with some of the decisions made There was a clear handball over an attack by Gills that went unpunished…

Gillingham certainly looked to move forward from the start and gave the ball to Samuel and Graham whenever possible

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World News – GB – Gillingham 0-0 Sunderland AFC LIVE: Match updates as the cats see the goal denied in the shock of Ligue 1



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