GS: Tom Brammer 3,42-F,F CARDS: YELLOW: Tom Brammer
More progress made this week and the wonderkid (or wonderman) as he is feeling these days found those illustrious goalscoring boots which he has been known for.
The start of the game had a Sheffield team keen to impress the masses on the sideline of the pitch opened up with more passing drills that make scholes drool with excitement.
The legend Connor Jack Jameson made that sort of eye contact with the wonderkid which has made them what they are today.
He crashes the ball from outside the 25 in what seemed like a hopeful ball in the defences eyes.
No such truth there as the diving Brammer flew in front of the statued keeper to deflect the ball into the net.
It's safe to say we're all looking forward to that one on Match of the day.
More pressure from Sheffield resulted in man of the match Liam Brown picking out Brammer with an inch perfect pass as to which Brammer filled with confidence from his first wonder goal creamed wide of the goal.
A well worked move but the score remained 1-0.
Sheffield then decided to give the oppo a go and relentlessly passed the ball straight to the Preston midfield and forwards.
Thus bringing some typical classy saves from the glorious leader Josh Parkinson.
Sheffield then decided enough was enough and proceeded to miss a few more chances before the half time whistle was blown.
Being the wonderkid/man's birthday this week.
The half time team talk consisted of birthday cake and a rousing rendition of "for he's a jolly good fellow".
This brought a positive light to the second half and this showed with the chorus in his head and the crowd who (let's face it was here to see him) Brammer pounced on a typical defensive error from Preston to slot home a well deserved second.
This was swiftly followed by James Bennett being rugby tackled off the ball and the opposition finding their first goal a tap in with the glorious leader Parkinson helpless to the outcome.
This then saw Sheffield go on the attack and attracted plenty of attention.
When the final 5 minutes were left on the clock Grady wing won a free it inside the oppositions 25.
He then passed the ball back to the glorious lead josh Parkinson on our own goal line who then delivered an inch perfect pass for the gazelle like brown to cheekily tuck in around his back.
Explosive celebration and disappointment followed as both teams set up for the restart knowing 3-1 must secure the game.
However, the goal was disallowed.
The resulting attack gave Preston and 2-2 equaliser and the game was drawn.
Next week a win is on the cards.
I can smell it.
MOM - Liam brown (Brammer really)
DOD - Brammer. (Yeah fair enough)