Sunday, 1 December 2013

Millers Maul Gills

The inform Ben Pringle was at the four front of everything today
Rotherham, are flying in L1 and the football they played showed it. Gillingham came to the NYS, with high expectations. Well the Millers, killed them expectations within 8 minutes the on loan Wigan striker,  Nouha Dicko collected the ball from Ben Pringle on the edge of the box, and charged into the 6 yard box and brushed past Barrett with his power and finessed the ball into the right hand top corner. The fastest goal in L1. 1-0 RUFC. With the Millers playing fast flowing passing football they scored another, The Gills had a corner, and Adam Collin sent Dicko on his way charging at the Gills defense he passed Pringle who crossed the ball in and it deflected off Gills keeper Stuart Nelson and Agard was there to slot home. 2-0. Chance after chance for the Millers, with on loan Tavernier charging forward put putting the ball wide. Then in the 35th minute Collin sent Pringle on his way, and Pringle ran the full length of the pitch and calmly slotted the ball away 3-0 after 35 mins.

HT 3-0 Millers
The Millers came out looking to extend their lead, but sat back early on. Letting Gillingham run at them. Collin wasn't tested though as the commanding Arnason and Captain Morgan kept the defense secure. Then in the 64th minute on came Akinfenwa. Then Nelson launched the ball forward, and Akinfenwa headed it on and Cody McDonald managed to squeeze past Arnason and he slotted it away, 3-1. With Rotherham sitting back and Gillingham letting them play there football, nothing happened for a long period of time. Tav switched to LB after Brindley came on in the early stages of the first half and he was, doing great showing Evans how versatile he was. In the 75th minute, Tisder gave the ball to Frecklington, and he chipped the ball to Tav who was steaming into the box and he smashed it home. JOB Done. With the 7,15
2 RUFC fans celebrating in delight.  FT 4-1 Millers.

MOTM Ben Pringle.

Millers team
21) Collin
20)Morgan (C)

No comments:

Post a Comment