20th Premier League | 5-18-5
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  • Wasteful Poland snatches late 2-1 win at Montenegro

    Wasteful Poland snatches late 2-1 win at Montenegro

    Poland was in control for much of the game, but failed to finish in front of net until Borussia Dortmund full-back Lukasz Piszczek found the winner with eight minutes to go as the visitors increased their lead at the top of World Cup qualification Group E. Robert Lewandowski put Poland in front five minutes before halftime with a brilliant free-kick that left Montenegran goalkeeper Mladen Blozovic completely baffled, but Montenegro looked sturdy at the back for much of the game and dangerous on the counter. Lewandowski had a pair of massive chances in the second half, but couldn’t get either to go down as Blozovic was there to turn him away, and Montenegran defenders cleared off the line as well. Luckily for Poland, they had Piszczek who burst down the right to beat Aleksandar Sofranac, and he produced a stunning finish looped over the closing Blozovic from a tight angle, dinked off the far post, and into the back of the net.

  • Why I Love Sunderland AFC #9: John Crocker
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    Why I Love Sunderland AFC #9: John Crocker

    Interested in telling YOUR story? Roker Report are looking for reader submissions as part of our 'Why I love Sunderland AFC' feature. If you would like to pass on your tale of why you love this club, please email us a piece of no less than 500 words to - we'll feature the well-written ones here on the site! On the 31st of March 2007 I was at Ninian Park to see Ross Wallace score the late winner against Cardiff and claim all three points to continue our climb up the league. But that’s not why this date stands out in the memory. Later that evening some of the travelling faithful were sitting on an Easyjet flight at Bristol Airport waiting to fly back to the north-east, when

  • Defoe walks out Bradley Lowery, scores in England win

    Defoe walks out Bradley Lowery, scores in England win

    Jermain Defoe’s friendship with terminally-ill Bradley Lowery has been special to watch unfold, and the Sunderland striker brought his little buddy to Wembley today. Then he notched a match-winner. Lowery walked Defoe out onto the field in a replica England kit before Sunday’s World Cup qualifier against Lithuania, and then Defoe scored his 20th goal for country. It was his first since 2013, the last year Defoe was called up for the Three Lions.