World News – GB – Gillingham 0 Pompey 2: Live updates as John Marquis and Michael Jacobs put the Blues in charge


Les Bleus have had a frustrating start to the season in League One, collecting eight points in their first six matches

This means that Pompey’s boss once again came under pressure from supporters sections

The Blues certainly need to find some consistent form as they aim for promotion after suffering a play-off loss to Oxford in July

Ellis Harrison is missing for the clash at Priestfield, which means it will give John Marquis an opportunity to impress up front

A cross from the left sees Brown trying to get back to MacGillivray, but the keeper rushes to his left and luckily the ball goes to the wrong side of the post

Raggett gives the ball in his own half to O’Connor and he shoots, but it is deflected for a corner

It’s a nice decision from Pompey who deserved a goal Johnson passes a small pass to Harness, whose cup finds Jacobs but he soars over the crossbar

Pompey nearly caught a third Jacobs burst into the box and sees his effort saved by Bonham The rebound falls for Williams, but his first effort is blocked for a corner

Blues lead thanks to goals from John Marquis and Michael Jacobs Kenny Jackett’s side have been the best team in the majority and deserve their lead

Jacobs plays it to Marquis and he shoots early to try to catch up with the keeper but the shot is in Bonham’s throat

Raggett with a brave header to thwart Oliver Gillingham striker wants a penalty for a foul but the referee is not interested

Pompey hit the post! Williams hits a cross and Naylor’s head bow beats Bonham, but crashes into the interior of the woodwork and Gillingham clears

Graham comes terribly close to reducing arrears Smauel does well to hold the ball and find an unmarked Graham, but he bends his effort on the wrong side of the top left corner

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World News – GB – Gillingham 0 Pompey 2: LIVE updates as John Marquis and Michael Jacobs put the Blues in charge



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