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Pompey triumph again!

Millwall
0 - 1
Pompey

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19/10/10

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Pompey recorded their first away win of the season tonight, liam Lawrence tucked away another cool penalty after Nugent was bought down in the box, Pompey are up to 15th in the table just a month after being bottom, the top half looks in touching distance now!

Greg Halford made his debut after finally getting the green light for his switch, Joel Ward slipped to the bench, Sonko came in for the suspended Mokoena, Utaka reclaimed the left berth from Ciftci.

The match got off to a scrappy if open start, Dickinson setting the tone going in the book in the first few minutes.

Millwall had the first couple of sniffs, Ashdown snuffed both efforts out though and is really growing with every game he plays.

Sonko was a familiar sight on his return, powerful in the air, yet a little careless with the ball on the floor.

Ricardo Rocha limped off just after the half hour, this gave Joel Ward the chance to step back into the fray early, Halford moved to the centre to fill the void, hopefuly the Portugese hasn't damaged the hamstring too badly.
Halford was putting his long throws to ready use, the were an asset in clearing the defence and in setting up in attacks, inspired no doubt was Ward who showed a few good launches of his own.

As the half drew out, Nugent had a golden chance, a mistake saw him left one-on-one, but like so often in his career he never threatened the goal, declining to shoot with his left, cutting back to his right and losing the chance when he could of slotted in Lawrence.

Second half and Pompey had uped their game, Millwall were looking uncomfortable and the home fans were starting to turn as Pompey got on top.

Kitson almost scored with a lob and Utaka was looking lively once more.
The magic moment arrived on 78 minutes, Nugent burst into the box and was taken by Hackett, a clear penalty in anyone's book.
Liam Lawrence has instilled confidence when he has faced from 12 yards, he made little error again, powering home and giving Pompey the lead with time ticking out.
Millwall pressed, but the chances were not to come, Pompey had a first win on the road, and a fourth in 5 games!

Star Player

Lawrence grew with thegame, after a quiet outing on Saturday our talisman is back on top and winning matches!


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Writer:paultsmouth
Date:Tuesday October 19 2010
Time: 9:51PM

Comments

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great result
race
19/10/2010 21:59:00
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great result
race
19/10/2010 22:00:00
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had to say that twice lol
race
19/10/2010 22:00:00
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Brilliant result, hope we keep this up! Nice to know we have cover in defence now, just hope Ward isn't too put out if he is left on the bench because he is a very good sub to have.
moley2
19/10/2010 22:10:00
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great news, i listened to it on Milwall radio, you should have heard the commentators whingeing; only drowned out by the pompey fans, 10% of the crowd, 80% of the noise. 3.49 commitment for a 14 DAY FREE TRIAL; cancelled after no money paid= free game listening to opposition moaning and pompey WINNING - LOVELY . now let me check out Hull Fc see what offers they have on!
russellm
19/10/2010 22:15:00
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So Paul Ashdowne is growing- thought it was in boot lifts myself- but no he has actually started growing again.
russellm
19/10/2010 22:17:00
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great result....sorry race, just had to say it too
plymouth graham
19/10/2010 22:18:00
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Great result!! Win at Hull on Saturday and we will be in the top half. All the bottom three won too so table is really getting tight.
eastneydave
19/10/2010 22:25:00
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Back to Lawrence he was marked tightly on Saturday by Watford but it created more room for others which they utilised to good effect.
eastneydave
19/10/2010 22:31:00
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the fact that the other teams won ids a bit disappointing but on the other hand it stops anybody getting away from us. we are still in the ....... RACE..... i had to do it as well; its the new thing.
russellm
19/10/2010 22:32:00
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