Junior Hoilett (pictured) led Blackburn Rovers to a 2-0 win against West Bromwich Albion at Ewood Park on Sunday. The Canadian-born Jamaican scored the game’s second goal after a Gabriel Tamaş own-goal put Rovers on top in the first place. The three points send Blackburn all the way up to seventh place, further justifying the sacking of Sam Allardyce and the full-time hiring of Steve Kean at Ewood Park. For West Brom the season is getting longer as they remain in fifteenth place.


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