Blackburn Rovers vs. Leeds United Match Report – Saturday April 10, 2004

FA Premier League (Matchweek 32)
Blackburn Rovers
Manager: Graeme Souness
Leeds United
Manager: Eddie Gray
Craig Short · 90’
Steven Caldwell · 2’
Mark Viduka · 89’

Match Summary

Kick Off
 — Goal 0:1
Half Time
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Substitute
 — Goal 0:2
 — Goal 1:2
 — Substitute

Team Stats


Blackburn Player Stats

Blackburn Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Lorenzo Amorusoit ITADF32-2879000000
Andy Coleeng ENGFW32-1789000000
Brett Emertonau AUSDF,MF25-0489000000
Garry Flitcrofteng ENGMF31-1569000100
Brad Friedelus USAGK32-3289000000
Michael Grayeng ENGDF,MF29-2519000100
Tugay Kerimoğlutr TURMF33-2309000000
Lucas Neillau AUSDF26-0329000000
Steven Reidie IRLDF,MF23-0314600000
   Paul Gallaghersco SCOFW,MF19-2454400000
Craig Shorteng ENGDF35-2909010000
Jon Steadeng ENGFW21-0036900000
   Matt Janseneng ENGFW26-1732100000
13 Players99010200

Leeds United Player Stats

Leeds United Player Stats Table
Player # Nation Pos Age Min Gls Ast PK PKatt Sh SoT CrdY CrdR Fls Fld Off Crs TklW Int OG PKwon PKcon
Steven Caldwellsco SCODF23-2119010000
Michael Duberryeng ENGDF28-1799000000
Ian Harteie IRLDF26-2239000000
Seth Johnsoneng ENGFW,MF25-0295600000
   Eirik Bakkeno NORMF26-2103400000
Gary Kellyie IRLDF29-2769000000
Dominic Matteosco SCODF,MF29-3489000100
James Milnereng ENGDF,MF18-0979000100
Jermaine Pennanteng ENGMF21-0869000000
Paul Robinsoneng ENGGK24-1789000000
Alan Smitheng ENGFW,MF23-1659000000
   Stephen McPhailie IRLMF24-123100000
Mark Vidukaau AUSFW28-1849010000
13 Players99120200

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