Burnley Football Club Vs Middlesbrough Football Club
Burnley striker Andre Gray were able to deliver the victory for his squad in the 80th minute of the game at Turf Moor. The 25-year-old striker despite his bans and injuries he were able to get a goal for his squad at the final stages of the game that passed through Middlesbrough goalkeeper Victor Valdes. It was Andre Gray’s first goal since August 20th and was their 2nd victory with 7 games. The game resulted in a leap for the Burnley squad to 14th place in the Premier League table. Meanwhile, for Middlesbrough football club they are now occupying the 15th place.
Burnley striker Ashley Barnes also tested Middlesbrough goalkeeper Victor Valdes in the 23rd minute of the game but unfortunately he were not able to nail it. Burnley appealing after Calum Chambers arms the ball inside the area but their penalty appeal was been denied. George Boyd also attempted to strike a goal against Victor Valdes but his efforts were easily palmed away by the Middlesbrough goalkeeper.
The 1st half ends two players were given a yellow card for having series of a robust challenge. It was Jon Flanagan’s challenge against Gaston Ramirez in the 50th minute of the game and another one from Christian Stuani’s glancing header that draws Tom Heaton with a flying save.
Ashley Gray takes the spotlight after a successful goal that brought Burnley Football Club on lead. As Sam Vokes rises to flick on Tom Heaton’s kick up field onto Ashley who savagely strikes the ball on target. Victor Valdes tried to save the ball but failed to deny the 25-year-old Burnley striker. It was his first goal since they defeat Liverpool. The game ended in 1-0 as the referee conducted the final whistle. It was the host’s victory.
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