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Glad to put things right

Posted: Thu 25 Apr 2013
Author: rovers.co.uk

Rovers captain Scott Dann felt that the side made amends with their win over Millwall on Tuesday evening.

The defender was disappointed with the way Rovers had no response to going behind to Watford on Saturday, but at the Den they rallied well to win the match 2-1 to put them within touching distance of npower Championship safety.

"Obviously the feeling is totally different to the one on Saturday where we weren't good enough and we deserve to lose the game,"  said Dann. "So we wanted to put that right.

"We've come to two tough away grounds and taken three points out of the two so we are delighted to win the game.

"I think we controlled the game for the majority of the match, when they scored their goal that is when they started to get on top and they were probably on top for 10-15 minutes midway through the first half.

"Then for the last 15-20 minutes of the first half we started to get the ball down and showed that we can pass the ball and we got ourselves back into the game. From then on in I thought we controlled it."

Rovers are back in action against Crystal Palace at Ewood Park this Saturday in the final home game of the season.

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