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EFL Goals Round-Up – Ipswich Leicester Win Again; Wrexham Draw 5-5


Wrexham fans were reminded how subtle differences can make an impactful statement in League Two this season, when their team came from 4-1 down to salvage a 5-5 draw with Swindon Town. James Jones and Elliot Lee scored in stoppage time to salvage one point for Wrexham.

Ipswich Leicester 1-0 Rotherham

Leicester continued their impressive start to the season as Kasey McAteer scored twice within three days to give them victory at Rotherham. An early goal by Jordan Hugill for Rotherham was controversially disallowed before Premier League referee Simon Hooper consulted his assistant referee.

Rotherham manager Matt Taylor was disappointed by the decision, yet proud of his team's efforts in pushing for an equaliser. Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall's cross found Fred Onyedinma who headed against the bar before McAteer unleashed an excellent left-foot shot past Viktor Johansson to secure an equaliser.

Elliot Lee's late goal ensured Wrexham and Swindon shared an exciting match at Racecourse Ground, with Hollywood owners Mark Reynolds and John McElhenney both overjoyed as their side climbed one place into League Two.

Wrexham 5-5 Swindon

Wrexham came back from 4-1 down at half-time to secure an incredible comeback and draw 5-5 at home against Swindon in League Two's most exciting encounter of 2018. Their efforts ensure that Wrexham remain unbeaten at SToK Cae Ras stadium this season - an unmatched feat indeed!

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Phil Parkinson's side began poorly and were down 2-0 after 27 minutes following Charlie Austin and Jake Young goals, however their fortunes improved after halftime when Elliot Lee scored a penalty which James Jones quickly converted, to pull them back into contention.

Kemp appeared to have given Swindon an insurmountable lead when he fired past Foster after being wrestled down, but in an incredible second half Jacob Mendy forced Mahoney into making an important save and Palmer missed an open goal opportunity.

Millwall 0-0 West Brom

Millwall have taken strides toward reaching top-half status in the Championship after winning three games in succession, drawing within five points of top half position. Now they face West Brom and their eight goals conceded in three matches! The hosts hope that keeping their momentum alive against West Brom will allow them to maintain top form.

At halftime, the visitors had taken an early advantage due to Charlie Austin and Jake Young. Jake Bickerstaff managed to pull one back, but Daniel Kemp regained the lead before James Jones put an exclamation point on it all by scoring.

Oliver Burke's PS15million move to the club, described by owner Ryan Reynolds as an expensive mistake, came close to scoring a dramatic equaliser late on but his header was saved by Lee Marshall keeper - another potential relegation-hangover moment that turned into three victories for them - all by single goal margins.

Coventry 4-0 Stoke

Coventry were buoyed by the return to action of Marcus Stewart who moved top of the EFL goalscoring chart with his third goal for Coventry after linking well with Andre Vidigal before scoring from close range.

Wrexham FC was led by Hollywood owners Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney and seemed like it might struggle in League Two, yet managed a remarkable comeback against Swindon United to draw 5-5 after trailing 4-1.

Southampton maintained their perfect start to the season after Che Adams scored an unexpected late winner against Plymouth. Nathan Tella had given Plymouth an early advantage before Chelsea loanee Adams struck late to salvage a point for Southampton. Funso Ojo scored Port Vale's first victory of 2018-19 against Charlton by scoring with an easy tap-in.

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Swansea 1-0 Cardiff

The Championship has never been more intense and dramatic than this year. Just four years since relegation from the Premier League, these former clubs are hungry to return with renewed purpose and drive.

Cardiff and Swansea have done little to disprove that misconception.

After an evenly-contested first half, any suggestion that the contest might fizzle out was swiftly dispelled when Piroe beat Fisher by breaking through their offside trap to race through and shoot past Fisher. Cullen soon followed suit by scoring from close range after Sheyi Ojo's shot hit the post and rebounded to him; Jaden Philogene gave Cardiff hope in the 82nd minute but Cabango struck late to secure victory for the visitors.

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