World News – GB – Championship Wrap: O’Dowda third in Bristol


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Callum O’Dowda was central to both Bristol City goals as they defeated QPR 2-1 on Loftus Road and moved up to third in the Sky Bet Championship.

Rob Dickie had given the hosts the lead with a header in the first half, but goals on either side of half at Nahki Wells and Adam Nagy gave the visiting team the win.

O’Dowda’s deflected cross gave Bristol the first goal and he lunged for a defensive mistake to hit the winner for Nagy five minutes into the second half.

Alan Browne and Sean Maguire were both in sight (the latter was just retired in added time) as Preston ended Bournemouth’s unbeaten home record with a deserved 3-2 win at Vitality Stadium.
Tom Barkhuizen gave Alex Neil’s men the lead early in the first half before Scott Sinclair delivered a moment of magic with a 40-yard praise to double their advantage.
Patrick Bauer’s goal in 68. Minute brought Junior Stanislas a brilliant free kick and Sam Surridge’s first goal in the Bournemouth League only consolation for the hosts.

Wayne Rooney was more frustrated when Derby was denied victory by a goal in added time, which resulted in Coventry’s late 1-1 draw in the Pride Park Championship.
Colin Kazim-Richards’ first goal for Derby seemed to have given Rooney the win in his second game as interim manager, but Gustavo Hamer shot home from the edge of the field to give Coventry a well-deserved point.

Cardiff manager Neil Harris welcomed forward Kieffer Moore after his brace ended waiting for two consecutive championship wins.
The Welsh international has scored four goals in his last four games after leading his side to their second win in four days with a 3-0 loss to Huddersfield.
Substitute Robert Glatzel ended the performance with a late goal, but Moore received the praise after the game.

Cauley Woodrow went from villain to hero and picked up an early birthday present as he paved the way for Barnsley’s 2-1 win at Birmingham.
The striker, who turns 26 on Wednesday, was the same in 71. Minute with a penalty to make up for two mistakes in the first half, before Callum Styles in the 84. Minute scored the winning goal.
Before that, it looked like Scott Hogan’s goal in the 56th. Minute helped the Blues to victory for the first time in six games, finishing a run of 326 minutes without a goal in open play.

Brentford climbed into the playoffs with a 2-0 away win at Rotherham, goals in the second half from Marcus Forss and a late penalty from top scorer Ivan Toney.

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