Gillingham’s Connor Ogilvie scored an 89th minute winner which sealed back to back defeats for Phil Parkinson’s side with yet another shambolic display. Gillingham hit the woodwork twice in the first half and should have been comfortably in front. Sunderland had a goal chalked off late on in the match, but the hosts won it late on as Ogilvie fired home.
Ten-man Sunderland crashed out of the EFL Trophy with a shocking display away at League Two strugglers Scunthorpe.
The first half was a dull affair with both sides having some half chances, but things took a turn for the worse as the lads were reduced to ten men and conceded a penalty which Lee Novak dispatched to put the hosts ahead. Abo Eisa made sure of the three points has he fired hom...
Sunderland crashed out of the League Cup on penalties as Marc McNulty and Will Grigg’s missed penalties sealed Sunderland’s fate.
Oxford opened the scoring in the first half as Rob Hall’s effort got the hosts ahead. McNulty scored a deserved equaliser in the second half, but after missing some great chances Sunderland had to settle for penalties. Oxford edged the shootout as they went thro...
Sunderland’s promotion hopes were dented yet again away from home which made it three away defeats in as many games.
Jason Cummings’ goal broke the deadlock in the first half and despite the lads having a host of chances they couldn’t get that elusive goal. The team managed to hit the woodwork three times which summed up Sunderland going forward.
Phil Parkinson’s Sunderland tenure got off to a terrible start with a yet another poor performance in the lads third defeat of the season.
Darius Charles’ strike in the first half was enough to seal the points in a poor game at Adams Park. Sunderland in truth, never looked like finishing past Ryan Allsop in the Wycombe goal. It was stop start game which suited the Chairboy’s to the ground.