St Patrick’s 1 Shamrock Rovers 2
RUTHLESS Shamrock Rovers He punished St Pat’s twice in 10 minutes and cleared 10 points at the top of the table.
Andy Lions attacked shortly after the hourmark, with Aaron Green doubling his advantage in the 71st minute.
From the Rover’s point of view, they were a well-performed goal, but St. Pat’s boss Tim Clancy yells at how cheap they coughed.
First, Green played the ball to Rory Gaffney. Rory Gaffney was allowed to spin the box and touch it three times before returning the pass.
There was little pressure on the green to roll the ball forward with studs before driving the ball across the goal.
Sean Gannon on the right back missed it, but Lyon on the left missed it and hit the net for the sixth time of the season.
If it showed St. Pat on the left side, the right side was not good as the second goal showed.
Both Jack Scott and Darag Burns were easily beaten by the green before returning home to give visitors a breathtaking space.
Tande Owarabi, who replaced St. Patrick’s, could have made it interesting, but was rejected by the goalline clearance from Lee Grace and the penalty appeal was rejected.
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It was already in the downtime after a foul by Grace when he made a spot kick. Eoin Doyle was converted, but had little time to resume before the last whistle.
That all means that Steven Bradley’s lead to second-placed Dundalk is now double-digit, but there are two games in Rous’s costume.
St. Pat will be fourth with an additional 6 points, allowing points to be drawn at the level when both Slygo Rover and Bohemian catch up with the match played.
There is no doubt that he is keen on fixing to allow Finn Harps to lead 2-0 on Friday’s slip, but St. Putt got off to a good start.
Ant Breslin’s cross from the left caught a large deflection from Ganon, with Alan Mannus pushing back towards the corner of the near post.
Then Chris Forester passed the ball through the narrowest gap and found Billie King in the box, but Scott burned.
However, St. Patrick’s Skipper lost the ball to Watt and Joe Redmond had to spare his blush to make an important block.
And when the Rover’s set foot in the game, switching play for Green and Rory Gaffney to pursue, or putting the ball on top to test their opponents, the Rover’s relatively easily made their early St. Pat. There was a feeling that I had overcome the pressure of.
Joseph Anangu was tested by both Green and Roberto Lopez, and after the first first parry, the Lone keeper collected the ball and allowed a corner in the second instance.
Green also drove a dangerous ball across the front of the goal, but no one applied the touch to guide it home.
For all of that decent Rover’s play, the homeside remained a threat to counterattacks and had the opportunity to lead twice just before the break, neither of which was counted.
After the reboot, they started from the better side. Eoin Doyle headed from the Burns cross, and Forrester tried his luck twice from afar. One sailed wide and the other suffocated Mannus.
Third consecutive title
However, their best chance in the early part of the second half was when Burns broke and pulled Ganon and McCann to him, but Manus gathered because the weight of the pass to Adam O’Reilly was a little off.
Scott made a timely tackle to deny the Lions a chance to shoot, but Hoop stayed on the track for the title three times in a row, quickly unleashing his defensive solidity.
Sunstarman: Dylan Watts (Shamrock Rovers)
ST PAT’S: Annan 6; Scott 5, Redmond 5, Grivosty 5, Breslin 5; Forrester 6, O’Reilly 6; Burns 5 (Owolabi 82, 7), King 7, M Doyle 6, (McCormack 78, 5); E Doyle 6.
Shamrock Rovers: Manus 6; Hoare 7, Lopes 7, Grace 6; Gannon 7 (Finn 73, 5), O’Neill 7, McCann 6 (Cotter 78, 4), Lyons 7; Watt 8 (Ferizaj 84,) 4, Gaffney 7 ( Emmac 76, 5), Green 8 (Burke 78, 5).
Referee: R Hennessy (Dublin) 5
https://www.thesun.ie/sport/football/9012624/shamrock-rovers-ten-points-clear-win-st-pats/ Clear 10 points at the top of the League of Ireland after Shamrock Rovers defeats St. Patrick’s