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Wright’s Brace Sees Coventry Comeback Against Millwall

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Wright's Brace Sees Coventry Comeback Against Millwall

Coventry City staged a remarkable comeback against Millwall as Haji Wright‘s two goals sealed a 2-1 victory for the Sky Blues at the Coventry Building Society Arena.

Despite a slow start, Coventry found themselves behind to a Romain Esse deflected strike in the first half. However, a strong second-half performance, led by Wright, turned the game in the hosts’ favor.

Wright equalized from the penalty spot in the 67th minute after being brought down by Tanganga. Just three minutes later, he struck again with a clinical finish to secure all three points for Mark Robins‘ side.

The win propels Coventry City into the Championship top six, showcasing their resilience and attacking prowess. This victory marked their ascent up the league table in an impressive manner.

Coventry exhibited dominance throughout the game, creating numerous chances that they failed to convert in the first half. With players like Sakamoto, Torp, and Palmer providing attacking impetus, the Sky Blues were relentless in their pursuit of goals.

On the other hand, Millwall, despite taking the lead through Esse’s goal, struggled to contain Coventry’s offensive threats. Obafemi’s efforts were thwarted by Collins, but the visitors couldn’t hold on as the Sky Blues’ pressure intensified in the second half.

The match showcased Wright’s clinical finishing, taking his tally to 11 goals for the season and underlining his importance to Coventry’s campaign. His impact on the game was evident as he turned the tide in his team’s favor with two quickfire goals.

Both managers, Robins and Joe Edwards of Millwall, highlighted the competitiveness of the Championship and the quality displayed by both teams. Millwall, despite the defeat, showed resilience and will look to bounce back in their upcoming fixtures.

Coventry and Millwall are set to resume Championship action shortly, with Coventry facing Plymouth Argyle on the road and Millwall hosting promotion hopefuls Ipswich Town. The outcome of this match sets the stage for an exciting period ahead for both teams.

Referee Andrew Kitchen oversaw a closely contested game, with both sides showing determination and quality on the pitch. The atmosphere at the Coventry Building Society Arena added to the intensity of the encounter, with over 24,000 fans witnessing a thrilling contest.

Rachel Adams

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