Soccer-Doyle’s late strike fires Sheffield United into FA Cup semis


SHEFFIELD, England (Reuters) – Sheffield United got here from behind twice to edge Blackburn Rovers 3-2 in an entertaining FA Cup quarter-final after Tommy Doyle’s very good 91st minute strike on Sunday booked a Wembley journey.

With the rating at 2-2 in added time, Doyle fired a shot from 25 metres that arrowed into the highest nook with keeper Aynsley Pears unable to palm it away regardless of getting a hand to it.

In a contest between two second-tier groups vying for promotion to the Premier League, Blackburn took the lead within the twenty first minute once they have been awarded a penalty for Jack Robinson’s handball after a VAR verify, which was transformed by Ben Brereton.

Blackburn’s Sam Gallagher then scored an personal aim seven minutes later after Max Lowe’s shot from vary took a deflection off the striker’s knee to nestle within the nook of the web.

Gallagher made amends on the hour when he sprang the offside lure to place Sammie Szmodics by because the midfielder restored Blackburn’s lead by firing low previous keeper Wes Foderingham.

United ahead Oli McBurnie then produced a second of magic within the 81st when he turned a defender within the field, powered previous one other and slid the ball past Pears to make it 2-2 earlier than Doyle, on mortgage from Manchester Metropolis, scored his late winner.

(Reporting by Rohith Nair in Bengaluru; Enhancing by Ken Ferris)