Blackpool bounced back to score a point against Burnley in the Championship in a disappointing Lancashire derby where six goals and two late dismissals.
Burnley took the lead after three minutes through Josh Brownhill and Nathan Tella quickly added a second, scoring on his first start for the club. The Tangerines then pulled one back through Theo Corbeanu but Tella added his second of the game shortly after.
With the score at 3-1, Shayne Lavery sparked a comeback for Blackpool – scoring in the 74th minute – and Jerry Yates equalized moments later to make it 3-3. Two late red cards later in the game saw Sonny Carey and Ian Maatsen both sent off in the 85th minute after a scuffle.
“I think we should win – there’s no doubt about that. I’d be surprised if even the most die-hard Burnley fan disagreed,” Blackpool manager Michael Appleton said. “We were poor in the first 10 minutes and that’s something we have to sort out but when we dusted ourselves off, the way we responded was a real credit to the players and I was proud. We could have had three or four games to go. the chances we created – good chances, not half-chances. And in the dressing room there was a bit of frustration among the players because they knew they had it on the ropes.
West Brom Earned his first win of the season with a hit Cross 5-2. The Baggies took the lead with a goal from Callum Elder and a goal from John Swift just after the break unleashed a relentless second-half attack from Steve Bruce’s side. Darnell Furlong and Karlan Grant also got on the scoresheet for West Brom before Óscar Estupiñán pulled one back for Hull. Dara O’Shea put the game to bed with the Baggies’ fifth goal, but Hull continued to press and Estupiñán added a second for the Tigers in stoppage time.
Found a bra from Iliman Ndiaye Sheffield United to grab Blackburn went top of the table as they beat Rovers 3-0 at Bramall Lane. Oliver Norwood put United ahead from a first-half free-kick before substitute Ndiaye scored twice in the second half to make it the final for the Blades.
No goals against each other Preston it was enough Watford when the goal found Tyrese Fornah to earn a point and move up to second Education to beat Middlesbrough 1-0, with the Royals down to third.
Ross Stewart’s first half strike confirmed it Sunderland to beat Stoke 1-0 and the Black Cats now move up to fifth place.
Ten-man Wigan hit work Birmingham 1-0 they got their first three points of the season. Joe Bennett was sent off 10 minutes into the game for a foul on Lukas Jutkiewicz, but in his first appearance after recovering from a heart attack, Charlie Wyke set up Nathan Broadhead, who scored the winner for Latics in the 82nd minute.
Luton bounced back from consecutive defeats with a bang Swansea 2-0 out of the relegation zone thanks to goals from Allan Campbell and Carlton Morris. Chris Willock saved for a point QPR They were tied 1-1 Rotherham after Chiedozie Ogbene had put the Millers ahead early on.